The plot is a planned, logical series of events having a beginning, middle, and end. The short story usually has one plot so it can be read in one sitting.
Exposition - This is your book's introduction, where you introduce your characters, establish the setting, and begin to introduce the primary conflict of your story
Rising Action - Events in the story become complicated; the conflict is revealed. These are events between the introduction and climax.
Climax - is the peak of tension, plot, and character in your story. It’s the moment that your reader has been waiting for—so make it exciting!
Falling Action - This is the time to start resolving conflicts and subplots so your story doesn’t feel rushed in the last few chapters. This is also where any conflicts that arose as a result of the climax can start being resolved.
Resolution - is the end of your story where you can tie up the final loose ends and bring your story to its happy or tragic ending. Or, if you’re writing a series, now would be the time to write a cliffhanger and leave them eager for the next installment!
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