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Story Building Mastery 4 – Story Genre

Story Genre RETURN TO MENU ARTICLE So you think you know what Story Genre is, huh? It can be best understood as a story's designation of setting, style, and audience. Other definitions include form, content, and technique. What needs to be keyed in on here is that Story Genre moves the READER through the story,… Continue reading Story Building Mastery 4 – Story Genre

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Contest Rules and Prizes – Bet Between Diane M. Graham and Keven Newsome

CONTEST RULES ARE SUBJECT TO ADJUSTMENT. LAST UPDATE 3/21/12 CLICK HERE to read the details about the bet. Join us in the fun and YOU may be the winner! The bet will begin May 21, 2012. All contest entries MUST BE CLAIMED PRIOR TO THAT DATE. CONTEST RULES To enter, you must first join the… Continue reading Contest Rules and Prizes – Bet Between Diane M. Graham and Keven Newsome

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Story Building Mastery 3 – Five Act Structure

Five Act Structure RETURN TO MENU ARTICLE We'll soon be getting into some familiar territory. If you've had any creative writing study at all in high school, then you've at least heard about the Five Act Structure. Those of you who are more experienced with writing will have a fairly decent grasp of how the… Continue reading Story Building Mastery 3 – Five Act Structure

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Story Building Mastery 2 – The Tri-Core Substructure

THE TRI-CORE SUBSTRUCTURE RETURN TO MENU ARTICLE This week I want to talk about the foundational layer of story building, the Tri-Core Substructure. Shiny, huh? I made that term up myself because neither my publisher nor I could think of a proper pre-existing term. What is the Tri-Core Substructure? It is the very basic most… Continue reading Story Building Mastery 2 – The Tri-Core Substructure