Month: May 2017

Writing Tip Wednesday – Pacing and Suspense

Writing Tip Wednesday – Pacing and Suspense

Welcome to Video Six of The Perfect Story. In this video we’re going to talk about pacing and suspense. This helps you visualize how to set up your story using the structure previous videos on structure as a template and what you need to write a “page turner” no matter what genre you write. If you’re just coming in on this series and haven’t yet seen the previous videos they are linked below. Beginnings Middles and Scenes Hooks and Endings […]

Posted May 31, 2017 by Julie in Writing Tip Wednesday / 7 Comments
Writing Tip Wednesday – Settings and Series

Writing Tip Wednesday – Settings and Series

Welcome to Video Five of The Perfect Story. In this video we’re going to talk about world building and how to plot a series arc. Sorry that it’s a week late. Lots of cool shit going on right now for me – but all of it requires my time so WTW had to wait. I will try and release the next video (Pacing and Suspense) next week on schedule, but can’t make any promises.   If you’re just coming in […]

Posted May 24, 2017 by Julie in Writing Tip Wednesday / 9 Comments
Writing Tip Wednesday – POV/Characters

Writing Tip Wednesday – POV/Characters

Welcome to video four of The Perfect Story. This is the first craft video outside of story structure. I think learning how to create good characters is one of the best skills you can have as a writer. Sure, the plot is what carries the reader through the story but you can fuck up a lot of things in a book and still have a hit if you write amazing characters. So I hope you some insight in this video […]

Posted May 3, 2017 by Julie in writing, Writing Tip Wednesday / 11 Comments