Building Fiction How to Develop Plot and Structure No one looks at structure like Jesse Lee Kercheval She builds a work of fiction just as an architect would design a house with an eye for details and how all the parts of a story or novel interconnect

  • Title: Building Fiction: How to Develop Plot and Structure
  • Author: Jesse Lee Kercheval
  • ISBN: 9781884910289
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • No one looks at structure like Jesse Lee Kercheval She builds a work of fiction just as an architect would design a house with an eye for details and how all the parts of a story or novel interconnect Even with the most dynamic language, images and characters, no piece of fiction will work without a strong infrastructure Kercheval shows how to build that structure usiNo one looks at structure like Jesse Lee Kercheval She builds a work of fiction just as an architect would design a house with an eye for details and how all the parts of a story or novel interconnect Even with the most dynamic language, images and characters, no piece of fiction will work without a strong infrastructure Kercheval shows how to build that structure using tools such as point of view, characterization, pacing and flashbacks The designs of Frank Lloyd Wright were always influenced by the terrain, says Kercheval The building site helped him determine the materials and methods of construction This book will help you envision the landscape of your fiction and build great stories there.

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    One thought on “Building Fiction: How to Develop Plot and Structure”

    1. This would be a good book for a beginning writer, someone who has material they want to write about but no idea of how to structure or even approach the material. Plenty of other books that fit in this category, however, and I didn't really see anything that set it apart. As with all of these writing books, you kind of have to view the author as mentor, and if you mesh with the mentor then the book will work for you.

    2. I must admit to cheating a bit with this book. I didn't do any of the exercises. I was mostly trying to get the main gist of what the author believed was paramount in the creation of a story. I may never write a book. But after reading this book, I'll never read a piece of fiction the same way again.

    3. I am so glad that I found this book in our local library. It is one of the best books on writing that I have encountered. The examples Kercheval draws from are intriguing, broad based and useful. She reviews the basic structure of writing (voice, plot, conflict) and does it with great freshness. Should be on your writer's shelf.

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