Transform Readers into Raving Fans
Learn how to use story stakes to elicit emotion from your readers--and they will:
(a) stay up all night to finish your screenplay or novel and (b) rave about it to everyone!
This writing guide will help you get there...
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Go from Idea to Outline; Say Good-Bye to Panic
Outline your story with a step-by-step, practical method...always know where your screenplay or novel is headed...and finish your draft without freaking out!
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Improve Your Story Without Hiring a Pro
Make your story the best it can be...without paying a pro thousands of dollars for editing or analysis.
Set Your Story Up for Success
INCITING INCIDENT (Revised & Expanded edition) *
Learn how to craft a story beginning that (a) hits readers’ “buy buttons" and (b) gets your plotting pieces in place.
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No More Mushy Middles!
How to Swing Your Screenplay or Novel in a New Direction and Say Good-Bye to Sagging Story Middles That Put Audiences to Sleep
Shake things up halfway through your story...and prevent it from turning into a snooze fest that readers abandon.
Conquer Act Two
TROUGH OF HELL
How to Wrap Up the Middle of Your Story with Maximum Impact
Figure out how to end Act Two...and never get stuck in the middle of your story ever again!
Become a Writer Who’s in Demand
How to Avoid Disappointed Audiences and Craft a Screenplay or Novel Climax that Thrills & Delights
If you know how to deliver a story climax that's deeply satisfying, then you can leap to the top of a reader's "auto-buy" list or be added to Hollywood's speed dial.
The Ultimate Story Structure Worksheet
Download this 18-page worksheet to develop a screenplay or novel with solid structure.
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