Plot perfect : how to build unforgettable stories scene by scene
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Cincinnati, Ohio : Writer's Digest, 2014.
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281 pages ; 22 cm.
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English
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9781599638140 (trade pbk.), 1599638142 (trade pbk.)

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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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"Think of your favorite story -- the one that kept you turning pages late into the night, the one with a plot so compelling, so multilayered, so perfect that you couldn't put it down. How can you make your own plots - in your novels, short stories, memoirs, or screenplays -- just as irresistible? Plot Perfect provides the answer. This one-of-a-kind plotting primer reveals the secrets of creating a story structure that works -- no matter what your genre. It gives you the strategies you need to build a scene-by-scene blueprint that will help elevate your fiction and earn the attention of agents and editors". -- Publisher's description.

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APA Citation, 7th Edition (style guide)

Munier, P. (2014). Plot perfect: how to build unforgettable stories scene by scene . Writer's Digest.

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Munier, Paula. 2014. Plot Perfect: How to Build Unforgettable Stories Scene By Scene. Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest.

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Munier, Paula. Plot Perfect: How to Build Unforgettable Stories Scene By Scene Cincinnati, Ohio: Writer's Digest, 2014.

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Munier, Paula. Plot Perfect: How to Build Unforgettable Stories Scene By Scene Writer's Digest, 2014.

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