Blueprinting Your Novel: Break the Rules or Adhere to Form? - podcast

What is blueprinting a novel? Literary agent Adam Chromy talks about how a novel can feel formulaic if it’s too structured. Good writers take formulas that are popular, but change them just enough to keep the reader guessing. The key is to balance creativity with accepted and expected formats. When you do something new with your book while staying close enough to standard structures that readers have a satisfying reading experience, then you create something remarkable. Click here to play this audio...
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