How to Write Fiction: Stories using both the Editor and the Muse!
For three weeks we have been talking Sweet Spot Map. From building a one, to building a world and then building your characters. In the fourth and final installment, we go over how to use the map for story building.
In this episode Author and Fiction Teacher Holly Lisle and I (host, Rebecca Galardo) discuss how to take what you’ve written down on your map and to find key conflicts, mixing and matching over and over to fine-tune your story. Using examples from both of our works and maps, we’ll go over how to find the conflict in the parts you love (and hate) most.
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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. AIARWIP THEME by Truth. Image by Free-Photos from Pixabay