Hi, Gang. Craig with you again today. I’ve been struggling with what to post. This comes from having been here since day one. I’ve already posted a lot of stuff for your consideration. This time, I want to talk about something that’s been on my mind. As of this writing, I have nineteen publications, plus … Continue reading Lather, Rinse, Repeat
Story Development and Execution Part 2: The Story Bible
Ciao, SEers. Happy Groundhog Day! I hope Punxsutawney Phil isn't a disappointment to you. While I considered doing a time-loop post and circling back to the beginning over and over, I decided against it. (You’re welcome.) The gimmick would be cute, but this topic deserves serious consideration. Today is part two: the story bible. I … Continue reading Story Development and Execution Part 2: The Story Bible
Dual-Use of Meta-Content Part 5: World Building
Good morning story Empire readers, PH with you today, continuing the series of posts which helps you create marketing material as you develop your book. I call this process dual usage of your meta-comment content (based on your story bible, if you will). Meta-content is basically any content use or create specifically for your book … Continue reading Dual-Use of Meta-Content Part 5: World Building
An Example for Building Your Story Bible
Hi, SE friends! Mae here with you today. Thanks for joining me as I piggyback on the posts Staci Troilo has been sharing about creating a story bible. Be sure to check out Staci’s post on How to Create a Story Bible, The Series Premise, and Character Sheets. There will be more in her series … Continue reading An Example for Building Your Story Bible
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