Michael Connelly Interview – Key Fundamentals of Storytelling

Michael Connelly Interview – Key Fundamentals of Storytelling

Having read practically all of Michael Connelly’s books and being very much inspired by his character, Detective Harry Bosch, when writing my novel No…
Ken Follett’s Insights on Novel Writing

Ken Follett’s Insights on Novel Writing

This is an excerpt from an ABC Book Show interview between Jennifer Byrne and best-selling Welsh novelist, Ken Follett. I thought it was a…
Harnessing the Power of Creative Tension

Harnessing the Power of Creative Tension

Writing a novel or screenplay is an art and a craft that requires writers to go outside their comfort zone and understand the challenges…
How to Write the First Draft of Your Novel or Screenplay in Ten Months

How to Write the First Draft of Your Novel or Screenplay in Ten Months

Some Key Lessons from the 10-Month Novel & Script First Draft Process Writing a successful novel or screenplay that resonates with readers doesn’t happen…
The Power of Classic Story Structure

The Power of Classic Story Structure

What is good story structure and why is it important? A story based on classic story structure is one where you have readers wanting to know what happens next,…
Keeping Your Reader Turning the Page

Keeping Your Reader Turning the Page

In fiction, particularly commercial fiction, the most important thing is to keep your reader turning the pages. This is what the art and craft…
Why Your First Page is Critical

Why Your First Page is Critical

Writing is an art and a craft. If you want to write a novel or screenplay that other people are going to want to…
Keys to Creating a Great Story

Keys to Creating a Great Story

John Truby is a Hollywood screenwriting teacher and story consultant who shares many of the beliefs we hold about the process of storytelling and…
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