What do you think of my revised plot?
The group of teens is going to be shorten to 5-6 including one small chlid.(I haven't thought about any names yet, I want my charcters to have unique and memborable names) The setting takes place in Washington, DC during 2008, after a 5 year war that put the nation in debt. The charcaters are living in America where 65% of the people are in poverty.The nation has lost all hope and most people who were in the middle/ lower class lost their jobs and homes. The government has become basically like the cruel estates genral that France had before it's revolution. The wealthy people are in control and have changed many of the amendments and laws. This group of teens consists of a headstrong and bossy girl (protagonist), a precoucious 6 year old girl, a handsome and cunning artist, a lonesome and illusive wanderer, a jovial brainac, a shy girl, and a promiscious trickster. I want two of the charcters to fall in love and I want one character to die from sickness.
Asked By: ♥Caribbean American Princess♥ - 7/12/2006
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Sounds interesting. I wonder though, do you construct a plot and characters and then write? If that is what you do, I would recommend just jumping in and writing. Pick an important scene or situation you already have in mind and just start writing it. Sometimes focusing on organizing the plot for too long can make... More
Answered By: 7 - 7/12/2006
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i like the plot so far. sounds like you have a good head start on where you want this story to go. I am highly impressed with how you are going to compare the US to france before the revolution. Good luck and keep us posted
Answered By: Tracy C - 7/12/2006
Interesting plot line, however the thing to do now is to actually write the story. The success of a story is in its execution. Ideas are fairly easy. Sit down and write the story and see how it evolves. Good luck.
Answered By: Aunt Biwi - 7/13/2006
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