Creative Writing Project: Write Act 2
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Three Act Structure1:25
Act 2 Checkpoints8:12
Project: Create Your Second Act2:56
About This Class
The Creative Writing Project series helps you complete a novel, short story or screenplay. Each class focuses on a specific step in the creative process, from brainstorming to publication. The goal is to get you published!
This class shows you how to write your second act, beginning with your character in crisis, navigating the long struggle they face against every increasing plot difficulties, and finally bringing them to an epiphany. When you complete this class you will have a detailed, written plan for the second act of your Creative Writing Project.
The classes in this series include:
- Creative Writing Project: Brainstorm Your Story
- Creative Writing Project: Create a Character
- Creative Writing Project: Structure Your Story
- Creative Writing Project: Write Act 1
- Creative Writing Project: Write Act 2
- Creative Writing Project: Write Act 3
- Creative Writing Project: Structure a Scene
- Creative Writing Project: Create a Setting
- Creative Writing Project: Write Great Dialogue
- Creative Writing Project: Energize Your Manuscript
- Creative Writing Project: Publish Your Book
- Creative Writing Project: Market Your Book
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This class has been really helpful in outlining my novel. I have been struggling to put all the pieces together and this entire series has really helped me assemble my gruesome project.
Steve Alcorn is the author of many novels and non-fiction books. His publications include mysteries, young adult novels, a romance novel, children's books, history and non-fiction about theme park design, and the writer's guide How to Fix Your Novel.
Steve is also the CEO of Alcorn McBride Inc, the company that provides the audio and video systems used in nearly all of the world's theme parks. In his spare time he enjoys world travel, sculpture and music composition.
During the past decade he has helped more than 30,000 aspiring authors structure their novels. Many of his students are now published authors.