Shawn and Tim discuss one of the most important Story Grid tools and how to use it.
Helping you become a better writer.
Join Shawn Coyne, author of Story Grid and a top editor for 25+ years, and Tim Grahl, struggling writer, as they discuss the ins and outs of what makes a story great.
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Shawn and Tim continue working through the Story Grid Editor's Six Core Questions.
There are six questions that can guide your writing from the beginning through drafting and editing your manuscript. Shawn walks you through each one.
There are 5 Commandments for Storytelling that must apply to every part of your story. Shawn and Tim dive back into these fundamental ideas.
There are a lot of commonly held myths about publishing that often derail writers. Shawn and Tim bring their unique perspective to what writers should know about the publishing world and how it really works.
Tim reaches the point where he wants to throw his book away and start over. Shawn is there to talk him off the ledge.
We all hit those times where we don't know whether to rework what we've written or keeping pushing forward. Shawn talks Tim through this decision.
After hearing the listener messages from the 100th episode, Shawn reflects on what the last two years have meant to him... and then we dive back into my story.
In this 100th episode of the Story Grid Podcast, we here from you the listeners about what this show has meant to you over the last two years.
Are you doing NaNoWriMo next month? If so, you should be getting ready NOW. Shawn walks you through how to use the Story Grid to prepare for writing an entire novel in one month.
When you get stuck or lost in your story, how do you find your way? Shawn and Tim discuss this as a follow up to last week's episode.