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Too Many Events and Feelings in Your Narrative? How and Why You Should Simplify Your Character Arcs



I'm seeing a lot of newbie authors who try to cram too much into a single character arc. If you're struggling with too many events and escalations, you may want to try simplifying your character arcs. In this episode, I discuss:

1) Good and bad strategies for creating more complicating stories.

2) Signs that your character arc may be too complicated.

3) How to fix it if it is.


So give today's episode a listen and tell me in the comments if you'll be simplifying any of your character arcs!


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