The Trilogy Rule (National Novel Writing Month) | READUS 101

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In honor of “National Novel Writing Month” (NaNoWriMo for short), I introduce a new installment called “Readus Rites” and start by explaining what “The Trilogy Rule” is. I explain how to utilize it as both a plot device and a plot twist, while giving plenty of examples of how different film series incorporated it into their own storytelling regarding both uses.

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8 Responses

  1. Damion Darkly says:

    Is scream a
    Trilogy as there’s 4 ?

  2. Damion Darkly says:

    I write on my phone
    Does that make me a strange writer ?

  3. Agnar Holst says:

    Nice video 😀 but I would tone down the bg-music a bit, it's distracting.

  4. John wock says:

    I like the betrayal of a friend that was trusted above all else.

  5. Migdalia Torres says:

    Thank You for it is true Act 1 and Act III , have to connect.  I found this very useful.  I can't wait to see the one with Music.  I love to hear Music that would connect when writing a Scene.  Right now, my new Novel Las Tia"s based in a story about Puerto Rico and situations there like Vieques.  My Music Choice to write right now it Top Gun starring Tom Cruz.  Love it, Love it, Love it… Thanks.

  6. Rashmika the Artsy says:

    Sirius Black's motorbike was mentioned in Philosopher's Stone, and then Sirius appeared in Prisoner of Azkaban again. 🙂 Not exactly the trilogy effect, but anyway.

  7. E R Hoffer says:

    Thanks, thought-provoking.

  8. Onesimo Serna Jr. says:

    Thanks. This video helped.

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