Learn what a story really is...


Learn:

• what a story really is

• what it is actually doing to and for you and other readers

• the magnetic power that attracts readers even before the introduction of any character

• what the thing called a ‘character’ actually is, and how to rapidly build a convincing one

• the things called ‘plots’, what they are and how they are actually made

• what ‘protagonists’ and ‘antagonists’ really are, and what the connection between them consists of

• the four categories of the powerful force that compels readers to turn pages

• the ‘nuclear reactor’ that drives all successful stories through to their conclusion

• how the four basic genres -Epic, Tragedy, Irony and Comedy- are composed and how they work to create different effects

and much, much more.

What the experts say:

As with all professionals, I too read craft books every day, to stay on top of my game.

Over the last thirty years, I’ve read (literally) hundreds of writing books. And, lemme tell ya, the VAST majority of them are garbage.

The relative few that are decent still aren’t great. Writing instructors usually spend 60,000 words saying what could’ve been said in 60.

EXCEPT for yours, Grant. Your books are hands down, bar none, exceptional. You get down into the nitty gritty and talk about real stuff that’s immediately useful.