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Monday, I gave a short overview of storytelling using the example of Lego bricks in a bucket. If you missed that, you might want to go back and check it out. Yesterday, I began my overview of plotting. I’m going to jump right into part two here, so if you haven’t read yesterday’s post, take … Continue reading
Yesterday, I described story as a bucket full of Lego blocks. If you didn’t read it yet, click here and come back when you’re finished. Today, we’re going to look at what those blocks are. And while it’s easy to assume that story and plotting are the same thing, they’re not. At least not to … Continue reading
Far and away, the best feedback I’ve gotten on this blog has been for this post, my musings on Show, Don’t Tell. So I thought I’d spend this whole week discussing writing. I know, fun, right? Since the primary purpose of any piece of writing is to tell a story, that’s where we will begin.