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When my father was a little boy, one of the last of the touring vaudeville companies came through his podunk town, and he got to see the show. The centerpiece was a one act drama featuring a pretty girl in peril. The climactic scene began quietly, with her sitting next to a lamp, sewing. As the mustachioed villain sneaked onstage, the audience began to murmur in alarm. When the lovely young thing gave no sign of sensing the danger, the audiences murmuring gained urgency and volume. The innocent girl continued to sew her apron. Closer crept the villain, drawing a knife from his coat. In full voice now, the audience warned her Behind you. Turn aroundWhen, incredibly, she bowed her vulnerable neck more deeply over her work, they rose from their seats, cupped their hands around their mouths, and shouted with the utmost diction Beee Look beee hind Unbearable suspense. Ah, to be a master of it. I used to beg my dad to tell that story, and Id laugh maniacally every time. I fear that was what really sparked me to be a writer. The author of that playlet, subpar though it may be by todays standards, accomplished what we all want to hold audience members so firmly in our grasp they feel theyve entered the story themselves. And that, I guess, is a pretty good definition of a page turner. Todays best novels make readers so desperate to know what happens next that theyll stay up reading well past midnight, blistering thumbs and all, until THE END. Then and only then will they be able to relax, their souls flooded with satisfaction, relief and peace. Only to be followedideallyby a gnawing sense of unfulfillment, anxiety and a compulsion to read more books by you. Its our responsibility to feed their addiction. Looking at successful authors and their polished products, you might conclude they must have some literary alchemy at their fingertips, or they really are slightly superhuman, or theyve made a deal with the devil. If only it were so easyBut no Writing a page turner is an art and a craft. And you can learn to do it. PLOT FROM THE GUT. Youve got a good idea for a story, youve got a few characters in your head, youve got some stuff that happens. Now what At this point many people just start writing, hoping their book will take shape as they go. The streets of New York are littered with queries from such authors. To lift your work from the gum wads and pigeon merde, you need a coherent plot. Now, you can get pretty complex with plotting. You can try to follow this or that gurus rules, you can try to emulate this or that bestselling author. But if you do, youll likely find that the whole thing gets horribly complicated way too soon. The following method for forging a compelling plot is as good as any, and simpler than all of them. THE HCM PLOTTING METHOD 1. List the Heart Clutching Moments youve already thought ofyou know, those pivotal points in your story that will evoke all the intensity of that look behind you response in your readers. Think of more. 3. Construct your story around them. I emphasize the difference Dont focus on your loosely formed story line. Game Pes 2012 Gratis Untuk Netbook. Focus on the key points in your story. WHAT IS AN HCM Love at first sight Marius Pontmercy meets Cosette A huge moral lapse Judas takes the money Murder Miles Archers sets Sam Spade in motion Death by other means Injun Joe starves to death in the cave A refusal of grace Mayella Ewell sticks to her story in spite of taking the courtroom oath Nature gone wild shark dines on first recreational swimmer Someone standing up to corruption Shane picks up his gun again A change of heart, for good or ill Michael Corleone offers to kill Sollozzo and Captain Mc. Cluskey An act of depraved violence Bill Sykes cudgels Nancy Betrayal Sandy puts a stop to her mentor Jean Brodie Forgiveness Melanie insists Scarlett join her in the receiving line A revelation Pips secret benefactor is none other than HCMs can be active, whole scenes A lifesaving attempt A chase A battle A seduction A caper. Make a list of Heart Clutching Moments and put them on index cards in rough order. Then you can build an outline based on any form you desire, be it classical drama, farce or anything in between. If you get stuck, do any of the following Start writing one of your HCM scenes. Immediately the scene itself should prompt ideas, perhaps for new courses of action or evennew characters. Write deeper into an HCM scene youve written already. Youll likely find yourself coming up with bridges between scenesand thinking of more elements to enhance your story. Look for places to add conflict, suffering or frustration. For example, Shakespeare wanted to take Macbeth from conquering hero to murderous traitor whose decapitation at the hands of one of his countrymen is the only possible, imaginable end. How does he do itReread the play and youll realize that one HCM leads to the next, fast and furious The witches stunning prophecies, Macbeths realization that he could be king, his wifes corrupt ambition, one murder, two more murders, and more upon that, and prophesy again, and insanity, and suicide all in the space of 9. SUPERCHARGE YOUR CAST OF CHARACTERS. Readers get hooked on a novel when they meet a character they enjoy spending time with. Characters we loveor love to hate. How do you create them LET YOUR READER INSIDE THEIR HEADS. Sure, we see your characters in action, but show us their fears, their misgivings, their secret vanities. Many beginning writers expect the reader to assume too much along these lines. Let us know what your characters are thinking via inner monologues, dialogue or even unexpected action. Yes, dear, he sighed, giving the cat a discreet kick. GIVE A CHARACTER A SECRET. Think Sophies Choice You can bet William Styron, having thought of the choice first, built the whole novel backward from Sophies main, huge, character defining Heart Clutching Moment. If you bear in mind your characters secret as you write, it will inform your whole novel, lending substance and subtlety. BUILD IN A LOVABLE QUIRK. In The Catcher in the Rye, Holden Caulfield is as cynical as they comeexcept when something charms him. Pure sincerity pierces his heart, whether its two nuns in a coffee shop or his naive yet sharp witted little sister. Without that vulnerability, hed be just another insufferable teen. CREATE AN UNPREDICTABLE CHARACTER. Shakespeares witches, Boo Radley, Kurtz. A character with a screw loose, or one hidden in the shadows, will prevent your readers from ever feeling safe. What will that devil do next MAKE THEM SHARE. Do your research and, through your characters, share cool stuff youve learned about a time, place, person or pursuit. The Day of the Jackal gives specific, compelling information as to how the assassin works. In his books, retired jockey Dick Francis brings us into horse breeding and racing. Other authors give deep detail on subjects ranging from domestic arts to international terrorism. END CHAPTERS WITH A BANG. The most important page turns in any book are those at the ends of the chapters. Why Because readers tell themselves, OK, I swear I will turn out the light at the end of this chapter because I am committed to going to yoga at 6 3. An alarming 4. 0 percent of readers who put a book down before finishing it never pick it up again.