Immersion, The First And Last Lesson In Storytelling (A.K.A. The Blanket In The Forest) plus a note on subplot settings


Here is another in the series of great posts from Dan Alatorre on the craft of writing.

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coverUsing my unreleased manuscript An Angel On Her Shoulder, I am showing you my techniques for reworking a story into a more readable, more enjoyable piece. It’s 45+ lessons in about 45 days. (To start at Chapter 1, click HERE.)

To view it best, bring up the two versions in different windows and view them side by side to see what was changed.

Then give me your thoughts in the comment section.

Time to go through a few areas we’ve been addressing in each chapter but not necessarily highlighting, like IMMERSION.

If you want to read the part about SUBPLOTS, it requires you to skip down to the bottom, and there are spoilers along the way so be advised.

Ha, see? You thought you were getting a lesson per chapter. No, no, no – you may have to take a lesson from today and…

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