Episode 9: Listener Question: Ways to Introduce Multiple Characters and Plots

Show Notes for Episode 9: Listener Question: Ways to Introduce Multiple Characters and Plots

Alone in a Room with Invisible People is a podcast focusing on topics related to writing, revising and publishing fiction.

In this episode, host Rebecca Galardo shares a listener’s questions on introducing multiple characters and plotlines with Author and Teacher Holly Lisle. They cover how to handle sweeping epic storylines as well as structuring plot, figuring out your skillset and how to overcome fear and procrastination to take action on your writing.

 

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Credits:

Producer – Rebecca Galardo.  Sponsor – Holly’sWritingClasses.com.  Intro written by Holly Lisle and performed by Mark Hermann.

Our podcast is 100% free and sponsored only by Holly’s Writing Classes.

2 thoughts on “Episode 9: Listener Question: Ways to Introduce Multiple Characters and Plots”

  1. I have written 101,788 words which I can see is really broken. I tried to take it through HTRYN and it was really painful.

    1. All first drafts are going to be broken. I think, unless you’re using HTRYN, more than one draft will be. HTRYN is painful for anyone who does the work. But so is exercising. Or growing up. It’s the same concept. It’s painful, but you get through it and you’re better for it.

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