What is the Emotional Plot?

by | Jun 22, 2021

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Jun 22, 2021

There are a LOT of parts involved in writing a story. Even if you are a panster, you should be thinking about the story’s plot, characters arcs, how the two inter-link, sub-plots and how they affect the main plot, and then there is the story’s emotional plot.

Wait. Emotional plot?

The emotional plot of a story isn’t something we talk about much. In fact, there isn’t a ton of information out there on it, but it is an important part of plotting as well.

Tune into episode 130 of the Am Writing Fantasy podcast as Autumn and Jesper (well, mostly Autumn) share insights on the emotional plot.

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Written by: Jesper Schmidt

Jesper Schmidt is a Danish bestselling fantasy author who also dabbles in non-fiction. He is also focused on helping and inspiring others. It is his firm belief that this world of ours can never have too much fantasy fiction in it, but for that to happen we need authors to write it and readers to find it.

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