There are many story guides out there that describe the time-honored three-point plot diagram. The standard chart features a beginning, middle, and an end. Across this spectrum, you will also find terms like exposition, conflict, rising action, climax, etc., etc. While this is all well and good, have you ever wanted a guide that went into more detail about the specific events that actually make up these sections? The Story Formula represents an approach to storytelling that has been shown time and time again to make structural sense, regardless of genre. By following a point-by-point outline, the process of analysis and duplication is as painless as watching your favorite TV show and then inputting your own story ideas. Prepare yourself. This just might change the way you write your next book.