Writer’s Block Has Met Its Match
Do you wake up in the middle of the night fearing writer's block taking hold of you and your story? Does it make you worry that one day you'll just be so blocked you can't write a thing? Do you struggle with Writer's block currently and haven't found a way out? Well, I have your solution
What the hell is the star of conflict?
To begin, “The Star of Conflict” is a specific tool I created for writers like yourself to unlock your story’s potential, as well as crush any writer’s block you may be experiencing.
You haven't seen anything like it
Firstly-I could be totally wrong-you may have seen something similar to my “Star of Conflict” tool. As far as I am aware, I’ve never seen anyone approach storytelling in this way. Additionally, I wanted to share this because of how much it’s helped ME in my own book.
It all comes down to conflict
Secondly, I’ve discovered (and had this huge epiphany) for myself that CONFLICT is the golden goose of storytelling. Think about it. All the best stories are the ones with epic conflicts and high stakes, which lead me to a question…”What really is conflict?” Specifically, how do humans relate to conflict and why? If you weren’t aware, humans are drawn to conflict like nothing else. A “boring” story is just a lack of conflict. Therefore, if you want to write an entertaining story people are going to be lured to, conflict is your best friend.
it's all about how you think
Thirdly, you have to switch your mindset up a bit. For example, I use to be very solution-oriented. I could find a way out or alternate choice for ANYTHING. I’d be watching movies, screaming at the TV for the idiot character to do what I thought would give them the best chance of success. Then it hit me…that’s not the author’s goal, because that wouldn’t give the audience any conflict. It would be best if you changed your mindset from goal-oriented to conflict-oriented.
you have more characters than just the antagonist
Simply, character on character conflict is going to be your new bread and butter from now on, once you use the Star of Conflict as your guide. See, the Antagonist can’t be the only source of conflict in your story, it just can’t. It’s boring. However, you’ve most likely got many other characters to use as the source of major conflict in your novel. Don’t allow them to be just stand-ins. Give them misbeliefs and lies to believe. Have them motivated by something contrary to the plot/Protagonist’s goals. The possibilities are endless.
i'm about to take you on a journey
In closing, you can create tons of conflict with my Star of Conflict tool; I truly believe it’ll revolutionize the ways you craft your storytelling. Because I love my fans and supporters, I’m giving away The Star of Conflict completely free. Below, you’ll be able to pop in your email address and connect to the entire PDF tool that walks you through how to implement it into your novel. Whether you’re just outlining or revising, this tool will help you.
If you find The Star of Conflict just as amazing as I think it is, please share this post with your friends so they can get in on this amazing tool as well.