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How to Write an Escape Story

Julia Gousseva, College Teacher, Writer

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8 Lessons (15m)
    • 1. Introduction

    • 2. Three-Act Plot Structure

    • 3. What is Escape Plot?

    • 4. Escape Plot: Act One

    • 5. Escape Plot: Act Two

    • 6. Escape Plot: Act Three

    • 7. Escape Plot: Final Thoughts

    • 8. Conclusion


About This Class

Do you want to write a story that engages the readers and keeps them turning pages of your book late into the night? Do you have a story inside you but not sure how to express it on paper? 

Focus on Plot class series will help you understand the most successful plot patterns, analyze their structure, and apply these plots to your own stories. As a result, your fiction will be more compelling and engaging.

Classes in this series include the following (more coming soon):

Write a Quest Story

Write an Escape Story





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Julia Gousseva

College Teacher, Writer

I'm a writer, a reader, and a teacher. My work has been published in Highlights for Children, The Sun Magazine, and Chicken Soup for the Soul anthologies.  A few years ago, I enjoyed a year-long assignment with the Tucson Citizen writing My Tucson column. Creative writing is my passion, and you can often find me at work on a new project. I'm the author of Adventures of Alex and Katie children’s books, Anya’s Story historical fiction series, three mystery novels, ...

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