This is a course about stories, and about storytelling, over 6 lectures – an intro, four lessons, and a conclusion, by the end of which you will be able to take the analogy I have chosen – more – you’ll be able to picture it well enough that you’ll be able to carry it with you wherever you go, and use it at any time.
Through this course, you will discover the truth that underlies all stories – and that will enable you to trigger the reader’s imagination, provoke the reader’s desire to read your story.
But also, you’ll be able to invent new stories whenever you need them. No more searching the web or mining your mind for story prompts. You’ll always be only a few simple questions and a comparison with a child’s toy away from a great story idea.
Is it “child’s play?”
No. You’re going to have to engage yourself both imaginatively and intellectually – but that’s a core skill for an author.
This course will help you to see what you’re already doing right – understand why your best stories work so well.
This course will help you see what you’re doing wrong – understand why some stories just don’t seem to want to get written.