A Vampire At School! Excitement Times Three

Omne trium perfectum. Latin for ‘sets of three are perfect’.  In modern writing, it’s the Rule of Three. Simply put, triads often make for good plotting: The Three Musketeers. Three acts to the classic play. The love triangle. To use the Rule of Three, try to come up with three main characters as you craft a plot. Or three main …

The Big Reveal: Having Fun with the Ultimate Plot Twist

Drip, drip, drip… Imagine a huge block of ice melting. It’s been frozen for a very long time. Something is in it. Something that was never supposed to see the light of day. Now it is about to be revealed.             Reveals are a wonderful plot device. Perhaps the wonderful plot device. You can make a case for the reveal …