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Default [MASSIVE SET OF PRE-WRITTEN FICTION PLOTS] Ready To Write Fiction, But Clueless On Creating a Plot?

Want To Cash In On The Kindle Fiction Craze But Spinning Your Wheels When It Comes to Creating a Plot?

This is EXACTLY where I was when I started writing fiction in late summer 2012. I had never even READ fiction (unless forced to do so during my schooling years), so I had no clue how to come up with ideas or formulate the right structure for a story.

It took me a lot of reading, buying courses and writing before I finally got the hang of it!

But guess what? You don't have to suffer like I did.

A few months ago, I released some pre-written plots that customers went wild over. I still get emails and sales on these plots everyday, but the big question I get is "when are you coming out with MORE PLOTS??"

After working with members of my writing team (experienced fiction writers themselves), I am now releasing a HUGE set of 36 plots! Yep, THIRTY-SIX plots in one huge package! These are all brand new and not included in my other fiction plot WSOs.

At first, I was going to release these as multiple sets, but I decided that the best thing to do was to offer a substantial deal for ALL of them!

Now, these plots are all meant to be romance related. Most of them are paranormal in nature, but you can change them up as much as you want!

Make them sci fi related, erotica, historical, regular romance. The only limitation is YOUR imagination!

Some of the plots are VERY detailed and intricate for those who love to plot and plan. Some are more basic and are better suited for those of you who are imaginative. All can be used by plotters or pantsers (fly by the seat of your pants writers).

These plots were created by myself and my team of writers, so you are getting a variety of different kinds of ideas, writing styles and experience.

So, how do you actually USE these plots?

First of all, do NOT publish them as-is! Even though some of the plots are almost short stories by themselves, they are not meant to be published in their current form.

Instead, you will use the plots as a guideline and change up different parts to make your own unique story. No two people will write these plots just alike. Change the character names and descriptions. Change the setting. Change the time period, careers of the characters and any number of other plot points.

If you need help learning how to write fiction or publish on Kindle, PM me and I will give you some course recommendations, but this WSO is NOT going to deal with that. These are strictly pre-written plots without any other instruction.

If you are wondering about quality, please see my previous WSOs selling plots and read customer comments.

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I have been waiting on this one... thanks so much! I needed these for a confidence booster!
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Guys - this is massive and wicked awesome. Her plot's are always high quality and always inspire me, so I highly recommend picking this up!
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Thanks, Rob!

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Hi Charity,

I have been waiting for these. I had your previous set of plots which were excellent. Your ideas send off so many sparks in my mind.
I find I can write my novels, simply because your plots send me off in a certain direction. My books are not really recognizable from the plots you provide, but that doesn't matter. They get me writing.
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Thanks, Ken! That is exactly the point. You take them and make them your own, and that will work every time!

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I have been waiting for these. I had your previous set of plots which were excellent. Your ideas send off so many sparks in my mind.
I find I can write my novels, simply because your plots send me off in a certain direction. My books are not really recognizable from the plots you provide, but that doesn't matter. They get me writing.
Thank you

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I bought Charity's previous sets so I didn't hesitate to buy these, as well. I'm not using them straight out of the box, but giving them lots of tweaks.

If you're on the fence about investing in these, really... why reinvent the wheel? Let Charity give you a head start on your novel, or use some of her ideas for a great subplot. Either way, you're a winner!
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Thanks a bunch! Hope you use them and make tons of income from your new books.

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I bought Charity's previous sets so I didn't hesitate to buy these, as well. I'm not using them straight out of the box, but giving them lots of tweaks.

If you're on the fence about investing in these, really... why reinvent the wheel? Let Charity give you a head start on your novel, or use some of her ideas for a great subplot. Either way, you're a winner!
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I had an interesting experience this weekend. I DLed a book by a member of one of the FB groups I belong to.

When I read it, I realized that she had a decent story, but major marketing problems. She was targeting one sub-genre, but it was the wrong one. In addition, she was sending mixed messages with her title, cover, and product description.

I suspect that as written, the book could be marketed and sold to the Chick Lit crowd, although, since I don't read that sub-genre myself, I cannot say that definitively without doing the research. ;-)

I also realized that IF you simply took a bare outline of the story... it would work for Chick Lit, Suspense, OR Romance... depending on how the technical aspects were handled. With a couple of additional tweaks, it could even be a mystery.

Since writing my recent Guide and since running into problems with Book 4 in my current series, I am much more attuned to how this type of change can be made ;-)

Anyway... let me give you a simple example of what I am talking about here...

Drop your plot line down to the bare minimum. The idea is to express the storyline in its simplest aspects.

Girl meets boy. Boy is new boss. Old college boyfriend appears and has *issues*. Family problems are happening, as well... Boy and girl end up together at the end.

Depending on POV (Point of View) chosen, presentation/behavior of the characters, writing style, and how you handle the plot elements given above, this Plot Outline will work for Suspense (Old boyfriend is stalker) Chick Lit (Lots of Angst sprinkled through out), Romance (New boss falls for her and helps her resolve problems).

Add some other elements... move the whole plot to a time in the future when society is breaking down and you have Dystopian, or introduce magic in some form and you can have Urban Fantasy...

OR Make HER the boss, and his old girlfriend the stalker...

Well, anyway, you see where I am going. LOL

These 36 plots will give you an excellent start. In fact, when I opened the review copy that Charity sent me, the first plot I looked at wanted to grow up to be a series... so already, there is the possibility of far more than 36 ;-)
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Hi, Charity

You are such an inspiration and help to newbies everywhere! <3 I purchased your last product and was impressed with the amount of info it has. This one is impressive also.
Unfortunately I had been stuck with not knowing WHAT to write about.
I think I will be able to write a story now. I will change things up and maybe use some elements of different plots. I now have some ideas percolating. I just could NOT think of anything. Now I have some ideas!

This is a great for getting past the "I have NO idea WHAT to write about!"

Thank you! :-D
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I have never written fiction. I do however write screenplays and because of that I find myself doing a lot of critiques of movies and how the screenwriters present the story. I have only recently gotten interested in writing fiction, so I've never purchased anything like fiction plots before.

I have only opened and read a small number of Charity's plots from this package which compelled me to leave a review right away and I already have a lot of ideas for how I can transform these into stories in my (non-romance) genre.

I wasn't sure exactly what to expect when getting this package, but I have a few thoughts:

1. It's a great package if you are or want to become a fiction writer. Even if you havent read much fiction in your life time (like me), these can be used as cliff notes so that you can see 36 entire stories from beginning to end. =)

2. You dont have to use the plots as-is. From the few I have read in the past few minutes since I bought the package, one is very, very detailed, another gives pretty much plot points with minor description. You can take as much or as little of each story as you want. If you only like the intro/setting - then use that and create the rest on your own.

3. Combine them! I read one about aliens and one about pirates and I can think of a few ways how I can use elements from both stories to create a whole new story.

4. Even if you're not in the romance genre these can work for you. Some of the plots have very subtle romantic undertones to them (the story isn't built around the romance) - but you can remove any hugging and kissing and have a cool sci-fi or action story!

I hope Charity keeps them coming!!!
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Thanks, Tink! And folks, grab Tink's latest WSO if you haven't because it can SO help when writing fiction!

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I had an interesting experience this weekend. I DLed a book by a member of one of the FB groups I belong to.

When I read it, I realized that she had a decent story, but major marketing problems. She was targeting one sub-genre, but it was the wrong one. In addition, she was sending mixed messages with her title, cover, and product description.

I suspect that as written, the book could be marketed and sold to the Chick Lit crowd, although, since I don't read that sub-genre myself, I cannot say that definitively without doing the research. ;-)

I also realized that IF you simply took a bare outline of the story... it would work for Chick Lit, Suspense, OR Romance... depending on how the technical aspects were handled. With a couple of additional tweaks, it could even be a mystery.

Since writing my recent Guide and since running into problems with Book 4 in my current series, I am much more attuned to how this type of change can be made ;-)

Anyway... let me give you a simple example of what I am talking about here...

Drop your plot line down to the bare minimum. The idea is to express the storyline in its simplest aspects.

Girl meets boy. Boy is new boss. Old college boyfriend appears and has *issues*. Family problems are happening, as well... Boy and girl end up together at the end.

Depending on POV (Point of View) chosen, presentation/behavior of the characters, writing style, and how you handle the plot elements given above, this Plot Outline will work for Suspense (Old boyfriend is stalker) Chick Lit (Lots of Angst sprinkled through out), Romance (New boss falls for her and helps her resolve problems).

Add some other elements... move the whole plot to a time in the future when society is breaking down and you have Dystopian, or introduce magic in some form and you can have Urban Fantasy...

OR Make HER the boss, and his old girlfriend the stalker...

Well, anyway, you see where I am going. LOL

These 36 plots will give you an excellent start. In fact, when I opened the review copy that Charity sent me, the first plot I looked at wanted to grow up to be a series... so already, there is the possibility of far more than 36 ;-)
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I've been waiting for Charity to release this pack for a while because I know how much the previous packs transformed the businesses of so many people.

Get it as soon as you can and start your business rolling with these 'keys to great fiction'
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Thanks, Fran! Good luck with your writing and promotion!!

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Hi, Charity

You are such an inspiration and help to newbies everywhere! <3 I purchased your last product and was impressed with the amount of info it has. This one is impressive also.
Unfortunately I had been stuck with not knowing WHAT to write about.
I think I will be able to write a story now. I will change things up and maybe use some elements of different plots. I now have some ideas percolating. I just could NOT think of anything. Now I have some ideas!

This is a great for getting past the "I have NO idea WHAT to write about!"

Thank you! :-D
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Thanks a bunch! You are totally right on all points. These don't have to be romance!

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I have never written fiction. I do however write screenplays and because of that I find myself doing a lot of critiques of movies and how the screenwriters present the story. I have only recently gotten interested in writing fiction, so I've never purchased anything like fiction plots before.

I have only opened and read a small number of Charity's plots from this package which compelled me to leave a review right away and I already have a lot of ideas for how I can transform these into stories in my (non-romance) genre.

I wasn't sure exactly what to expect when getting this package, but I have a few thoughts:

1. It's a great package if you are or want to become a fiction writer. Even if you havent read much fiction in your life time (like me), these can be used as cliff notes so that you can see 36 entire stories from beginning to end. =)

2. You dont have to use the plots as-is. From the few I have read in the past few minutes since I bought the package, one is very, very detailed, another gives pretty much plot points with minor description. You can take as much or as little of each story as you want. If you only like the intro/setting - then use that and create the rest on your own.

3. Combine them! I read one about aliens and one about pirates and I can think of a few ways how I can use elements from both stories to create a whole new story.

4. Even if you're not in the romance genre these can work for you. Some of the plots have very subtle romantic undertones to them (the story isn't built around the romance) - but you can remove any hugging and kissing and have a cool sci-fi or action story!

I hope Charity keeps them coming!!!
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Thanks, Geoff! Your recommendation always means a lot!

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Charity...... finally!! I was waiting on these. As soon as I got your email I went & ordered them right away - even though they were certainly no longer a dime! I got your last set & loved them even though I havent used them all yet. Can hardly wait to read these new ones!

I'm in GA too - we should meet sometime and talk - thanks again!
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Glad you got them! Enjoy!

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Charity...... finally!! I was waiting on these. As soon as I got your email I went & ordered them right away - even though they were certainly no longer a dime! I got your last set & loved them even though I havent used them all yet. Can hardly wait to read these new ones!

I'm in GA too - we should meet sometime and talk - thanks again!
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Absolutely, I got both Tink and Charity WSO's... I'm a happy girl... purring like a cat.. wink wink
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Charity provides real value in this WSO.

36 plots that can be shaped any way your imagination takes you. They spark your creative ideas and lead you to a resolution while you "fill in the blanks".

Great work and very helpful Charity. I am a bit jealous of how you make it seem so easy. :-)

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Thanks, Martin!

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36 plots that can be shaped any way your imagination takes you. They spark your creative ideas and lead you to a resolution while you "fill in the blanks".

Great work and very helpful Charity. I am a bit jealous of how you make it seem so easy. :-)

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Hi, Charity. I am just about ready to jump on this WSO but I have a couple of questions.
How can I order your previous set of plot sets? Can you send me to a link (it may be in your signature block so I'll go back and look there, too).

And, respectfully I ask, does this WSO have anything to do with modernizing the old book, The 36 Dramatic Situations by Georges Polti (last copyright 1940 and reprinted in 1960)?

I look forward to your reply and to buying both sets. I have the Polti book but it is written in near archaic way that gets in the way of making sense of the storyline.

Ina


UPDATE: Please pardon the question above, I have since gone back and carefully read your WSO.
You clearly say these are brand new plots. So, I will order NOW!!!

Thank you.

Ina

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Hi! If you click on my user name, you can find my other posts. On WSO threads, our signatures don't show up. On the other question about an old book, I have no idea what that is so NO this has nothing to do with that at all.

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Hi, Charity. I am just about ready to jump on this WSO but I have a couple of questions.
How can I order your previous set of plot sets? Can you send me to a link (it may be in your signature block so I'll go back and look there, too).

And, respectfully I ask, does this WSO have anything to do with modernizing the old book, The 36 Dramatic Situations by Georges Polti (last copyright 1940 and reprinted in 1960)?

I look forward to your reply and to buying both sets. I have the Polti book but it is written in near archaic way that gets in the way of making sense of the storyline.

Ina


UPDATE: Please pardon the question above, I have since gone back and carefully read your WSO.
You clearly say these are brand new plots. So, I will order NOW!!!

Thank you.

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And, respectfully I ask, does this WSO have anything to do with modernizing the old book, The 36 Dramatic Situations by Georges Polti (last copyright 1940 and reprinted in 1960)?


Thank you.

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Ina - I took a look at Georges Polti's plots (Thanks for the share)... I grabbed a copy of them from Wikipedia and added them to my Scrivener resource. I did this because when I start the planning process for one of my books, I start with a one line Love Plot and a one line Suspense Plot. I then build on that framework.

Having said that and mixing my metaphors, the Polti plots are like riding a grownup bike. You need to be confident that you can use them on your own... and ride out in traffic. ;-)

Charity's Plots are Plots with training wheels... when you are still restricted to bike riding in the driveway. ;-)

Charity's plots give you the framework to start... removing the Blank Page Syndrome -- then you need to go in and make them work for you... ideally, changing them comprehensively.

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TinkBD,

Thank you for the information. It seems Charity's plots are just right for someone on my level. Yes, Polti's plots had my head spinning ... and not in a good way. It was like reading a strange language.

I just picked up Charity's bundle last night. I will look for her other works, too.


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I bought your package a few days back. How do you test uniqueness, through copyscape?? I ran a few plots in copyscape and it dd not return any results for plagirrism or duplicate copies. SO, does it mean they can be used right away or needs to be rewritten? can we outsource this to a ghostwriter and what advice we need to give him/her to make it unique? How much we need to change without sacrificing the plot or storyline thats already there? I am planning to use a ghostwriter, but dont know what to tell him/her on how to make it unique or what percentage so that it does not sound like duplicate content.
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How much is it? Paypal wants to charge me $49 instead of $26. I don't know why...
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The price on the buy button is the current price, so I don't know why Paypal would do that. When I click the button and go to Paypal, it shows $26.25. You might want to check with Paypal?

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I answered your private message, but the plots are all unique. However, you want to change up a LOT before publishing. These are meant as a guideline but you cannot just change a couple of things and publish.

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I bought your package a few days back. How do you test uniqueness, through copyscape?? I ran a few plots in copyscape and it dd not return any results for plagirrism or duplicate copies. SO, does it mean they can be used right away or needs to be rewritten? can we outsource this to a ghostwriter and what advice we need to give him/her to make it unique? How much we need to change without sacrificing the plot or storyline thats already there? I am planning to use a ghostwriter, but dont know what to tell him/her on how to make it unique or what percentage so that it does not sound like duplicate content.
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Hey Charity, just purchased and got the banner that I had already purchased. Could you please refund? Your contact link goes to an error page. Transaction ID: 5K23704737405121B.
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