This is a guest article by Erin Scott. If you are interested in submitting a guest article of your own, be sure to read the guest article guidelines.
Conflicts are vital—they bring the thrilling tide in stories. They bring pressure and tension that make your story worth reading—the so-called engine that keeps your novel running in your reader’s senses.
Without conflict, your story fails.
How do you craft a conflict of a story that not only triggers emotions but also creates an impact? Here are simple tips: