Welcome to the third video in the Editing for Story series!
Today we’re talking about questions to help you evaluate the content of your scenes and look for overall patterns as you create your revision list.
The Editing for Story videos are a companion to the Editing for Story ebook–don’t forget to download your free PDF after you watch the video.
Welcome to episode two of Editing for Story!
Today we’re talking about how to analyze the structure of a story or novel that doesn’t fit into one of the traditional plot structures, or where the structure is so complex that traditional structure is difficult to identify.
This method is a little bit outside the bounds of the advice you’ve probably already heard about editing a rough draft, but it gives you a clear picture of how conflict and stakes are generating organic “plot points” in your story.
Next episode: how to make sure your story’s scenes stand up to scrutiny!
In honor of those who’ve finished NaNoWriMo and will be editing their new baby later this month or next year, we’ll be talking about the editing process for fiction.
Today’s video: tips for editing, why plot structure is important, and how to analyze the plot structure of your story.
Also, don’t forget to download your free copy of Editing for Story: http://tinyurl.com/kws5c5w
Welcome to Day 30, the final day of NaNoWriMo!
Today we’re talking about your story’s resolution and how to tie up all those loose story ends, as well as the emotion that you’ll end your story on.
Thanks for stopping by! Come by tomorrow–we’ll talk about what to do next and how to get started on editing your novel.
Welcome to Day 30 of NaNoWriMo!
Today we’re talking about what makes for a great resolution, how to end your story on the right emotional note, and–you knew it was coming, didn’t you?–EDITS.
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Congratulations on making it to the end of NaNoWriMo!
Next week, we’ll be talking about some things to consider when editing a first draft–I hope to see you then.