Storyteller Tools: Outline from vision to finished novel without losing the magic

Storyteller Tools Outline from vision to finished novel without losing the magic M Harold Page wrote and sold three novels in in each case starting from scratch This handbook shares the creative outlining techniques that enabled him to speed from vision to completed novel a

  • Title: Storyteller Tools: Outline from vision to finished novel without losing the magic
  • Author: M. Harold Page
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 133
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • M Harold Page wrote and sold three novels in 2013, in each case starting from scratch This handbook shares the creative outlining techniques that enabled him to speed from vision to completed novel, again and again No unfinished writing projects Turn sweeping visions into viable stories, fast Grow a novel out of anything no matter how vague an opening some chM Harold Page wrote and sold three novels in 2013, in each case starting from scratch This handbook shares the creative outlining techniques that enabled him to speed from vision to completed novel, again and again No unfinished writing projects Turn sweeping visions into viable stories, fast Grow a novel out of anything no matter how vague an opening some characters a story world a philosophical idea a theme a map a gaming setting Conjure up conflicts and story questions to drive your plot Write usable outlines in flow Learn to use your storyteller instinct Lose yourself in creating stories for other people to lose themselves in.

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    1. I've been trying to stray from books about writing of late as I've found I've read so many that they often seem to say the same things over and over again. But then I came upon one of the author's posts about writing at the Black Gate site and, to be blunt, I was blown away by some of the things he came up with. While I recognized everything he had to say, I had never quite thought of it in his terms.So I decided to check out this book of his.It was worth reading for me. I'm not quite sure it's [...]

    2. Bought this book by a Scottish SF author based on the blurbs of two other Scottish SF authors. Hmm, almost like they know each other.Anyways, Page's book is eminently useful and bare-bones, managing to be exactly what it promises and nothing more. So no 'Writing with the Right Side of Your Brain' or 'Unlocking the Hero's Journey Within' garbage. Just some simple tools to help you get organized and work through the stumbling blocks, the information is simple and commonsense enough you don't have [...]

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