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Secrets of the Worldview Genre, Part Two

Story Grid

Are you writing a Worldview story and not sure how to put it together? Are you stuck somewhere in your maturation, revelation, education, or disillusionment plot and unsure how to proceed? This article will help you construct a Worldview story that works and get you closer to finishing the story you want to tell.  Here,… Read more »

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Choosing Your Narrative Device

Fundamental Fridays

To write a story that sells, we must write a story that works and delivers a satisfying reader experience. To write a story that works, we focus on the global genre because that’s what your story is about. A story that works is one that meets reader expectations for one of the twelve content genres, including conventions and obligatory moments…. Read more »

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Season Two Preview

Writers' Room Podcast

    Ever since the Story Grid Editor Roundtable podcast started three years ago, we’ve been asked to apply the Story Grid method to a novel. Well, this is it! This season we’re doing a full Story Grid macro analysis of Gone Girl by Gillian Flynn. We’ll review the Editor’s Six Core Questions and look… Read more »

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Season One Wrap-Up

Writers' Room Podcast

  On the Story Grid Writer’s Room this season, we’ve studied scenes because scenes are the basic building blocks of story. To be able to write a story that works, you must be able to write a scene that works.  We’ve looked at novels, short stories and one film, from ten different genres. So, this week,… Read more »

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