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Tag Archives: Blake Snyder
Beat Sheets: For Plotters, Pantsers, and Technophobes
by Jami Gold If you’ve heard of beat sheets before, you might have heard about complicated forms or spreadsheets. I don’t know about you, but I don’t do math. Heck, I write my stories by the seat of my pants, … Continue reading
Posted in Blogging Guests, Craft Tagged beat sheets, Blake Snyder, Jami Gold, Writers in the Storm, writing 44 Comments
Plot vs. Character – Which Side are You On?
Before I jump into today’s post, I just want to remind you to stop back on Friday for our next Fabulous Friday guest blogger, multi-published author, Louisa Bacio! Part 1 of a series This part brought to you by Laura Drake. Check … Continue reading
Posted in Craft, This week at Crit Group Tagged Blake Snyder, character, Donald Maas, Fae Rowen, Glen Strathy, Laura Drake, Linda George, novel writing, plot vs character, plotting, Randy Ingermanson, Save the Cat!, T.N. Tobias, Writer Unboxed, Writers in the Storm, writing, Writing Craft 37 Comments
Make Your Writer’s Bookshelf Work For You
by Jenny Hansen What do you do when you need help with your writing? I don’t mean when you can’t find the right word or phrase…my critique partner, Sharla Rae, did an excellent job of solving that issue in her … Continue reading
Posted in Books We Love, Craft Tagged Anne Lamott, Barbara DeMarco-Barrett, Blake Snyder, Book of Kells, Building Fiction, Christopher Vogler, David Morrell, Debra Dixon, Donald Maass, Dwight Swain, Elizabeth Gilbert, James N. Frey, Jenny Hansen, Jesse Lee Kercheval, Julia Cameron, More Cowbell, Natalie Goldberg, On Writing, Ray Bradbury, Reverse Dictionary, Save the Cat!, Sharla Rae, Stephen King, Tami Cowden, The Artist's Way, The Bald-Headed Hermit and the Artichoke, The Writer's Journey, Writers in the Storm, Writing Craft, Writing Down the Bones, writing sex scenes, Writing the Breakout Novel 12 Comments