In real life, most of us strive to avoid conflict.
But a story without conflict will bore readers to sleep.
Conflict serves as the engine of fiction. The more the better.
That doesn't mean you need a world war or even hand-to-hand battles.
Learn about the different types of conflict and how to make your story's conflict stronger, with Jerry Jenkins, author of over 21 New York Times bestsellers. Read his article, "Why Conflict Drives Story."