Last week, we discussed Part Two of your story, the part in which your protagonist responds to her recognition of the opposing force in her life. This initial response may be fraught with confusion and indecision as your protagonist tries to figure out how to handle the antagonist. In Part Three, however, your protagonist defines her course of action and confronts her opposition head-on.
In Part Three, your protagonist becomes proactive in that she begins to solve her problem. In the process, she must confront those inner weaknesses that would keep her from solving her problem.
In Part Three, your protagonist must ratchet up her efforts on her own behalf as she moves toward the resolution of the story.
Does your protagonist confront her problem head-on in Part Three of your story? If not, what changes are you willing to make so that she does?
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