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What are publishers looking for?

Publishers are looking for fiction that reveals not simply the character’s journey to the resolution of their drama, but a process of change.

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Writing Tips: The turning point

The turning point in a novel looks a lot like a plot thumbscrew. It’s a collision of two or more storylines that twists the plot in an unexpected new direction. But the turning point differs in one important respect.

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Writing Tips: Character flaw

When the protagonist has a character flaw that prevents them from getting what they want, the story deepens and becomes more richly layered. This character flaw can be called the internal antagonist. It drives the protagonist to act against their own best interests, while also blinding them to that fact. 

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