Once Lesson 8 is completed this is the final checklist of advice.
Soon each of you will have submitted you final outline. My suggestion is you let things settle a bit after you get your final review. During the settling period play around with the outline some more while considering the following.
Is your antagonist worked into the sequence?
Is the story tight and well integrated?
Is the Dramatic Premise homogenous to the whole story line?
Is the non-essential, that which doesn’t move the story along ruthlessly deleted?
Have you shored up any of the sags?
Is the Dramatic Intensity Curve operating?
Do the Conflicts promote the Crisis?
Has each bullet been transformed into a piece of flash fiction…a mini-chapter in the overall chapter?
Is the reader seeing snap-shots of character evolution and development?
Are you developing the story world appealing to the senses and appealing to the emotions of the reader?
Percy Goodfellow - Workshop Instructor
Links to The Exploratory Writing Workshop
Welcome Letter - "Exploratory Writing Workshop Welcome"
Introduction - "Intro - Exploratory Writing Workshop "
Assignment Overview - "The Weekly Assignment Overview Page"
Assignment Forum - "Classroom (Assignment Forum) of EWW"
Dictionary of Writing Terms "Dictionary of Terms"
Ms. Katz - Head Administrator