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Better Storytelling: Story Development

Learn How To Use Story Development Tools So That You're Not Caught Rewriting Again And Again.

How do you know if your story is any good? STORY DEVELOPMENT tools will allow you to analyze your story. Learn how to fix story errors with a system of advanced rewriting techniques!


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How To Analyze A Story


How To Analyze A Story

Gold prospectors spend hours sifting through sand out of a river, looking for little bits of gold. Finding gold nuggets is a matter of patience and luck. But it isn't as easy for a writer to spot a ...

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The First Twenty Pages


The First 20 Pages

Writing a great story can be a mystery. When a writer compares a movie that cost 200 million dollars to a movie that cost 2 million dollars, it would seem that the more expensive movie would ...

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How To Fix A Story


How To Fix A Story - The Desire Line

You've written your story, but something is wrong. You can't quite put your finger on it, but you know that its a serious problem. How do you know what to fix when a story isn't working? Imagine taking a ...

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Rewriting - How Many Times?

Everyone says that "writing is rewriting," but where does it end? How many times do you need to rewrite a story? Most often, a story is made worse after a rewrite. In fact, a story can become more ...

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Respect For Your Audience


Respect For Your Audience

Have you ever enjoyed a story for a time, only to have your favorite character or a great plot, absolutely ruined by a careless author? One of the most overlooked elements of storytelling is the lack of ...

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