Episode 99: Series Fundamentals: How NOT to Break Your Series

Show notes for Episode 99: Series Fundamentals: How NOT to Break Your Series

How to Write Fiction:

Since we spoke so heavily last week on PRO-Indie and PRO-Series, Holly thought it was important to discuss some incredibly important series fundamentals – elements of your series that you do not want to mess up.

What promises do you want to make?  What is the difference between what is important to you and what is important to the reader?  What will cause your reader to go from love to hate for your main character in the span of a series?  How do keep track of what your series core is – the thing you never, ever break?

In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how NOT to break your series in this first episode of series fundamentals.  Next week we’ll do our official 100th episode (we don’t count The Introductions as an episode) AMA (ask me anything).

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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.

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One thought on “Episode 99: Series Fundamentals: How NOT to Break Your Series”

  1. Loved this as I am in the middle of revising what has turned out to be book 2….Then I’ll return to Book 1 and then finish up this saga with 1. Whew!
    This Is some data I needed, of course!
    Now to find out whether there will continue to be a monthly pension check.
    All the best,

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