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  • Christian Cashelle

How to Create an Outline

Updated: Jan 8, 2019

If you haven't tuned into #CashTalkTuesday on Facebook, you are missing out on so many tips and tricks to help you write your book! Below is the beginning of an outline that will help you get your thoughts together and create a timeline to finish your book:



FICTION

CHAPTER ONE:

•INTRODUCE THE PROTAGONIST

•DESCRIBE THE SETTING

•ESTABLISH THE PLOT

•INTRODUCE CONFLICT

CHAPTER TWO:

•BACK STORY ON PROTAGONIST

•INTRODUCE/DESCRIBE ANTAGONIST

•DEVELOP PLOT

•ADD DIMENSION TO PROTAGONIST

CHAPTER THREE:

•INTRODUCE SUPPORTING CAST (IF ANY)

•FORESHADOW

•INSIGHT ON ANTAGONIST PLOT



NON-FICTION:

•IDENTIFY YOUR MESSAGES

•IDENTIFY YOUR TARGET AUDIENCE

•TELL YOUR READER WHAT THE MESSAGE IS

•TELL THEM WHY YOU ARE QUALIFIED TO TELL THE MESSAGE

•TELL THEM WHAT HEARING THE MESSAGE WILL DO FOR THEM

•MAKE EACH POINT A CHAPTER

•ANTEDOTE

•LESSON

•CHALLENGE


If you have any questions about anything in this template, please leave your comment below or email us at info@dipublications.com. Happy writing!


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