Does the story work for Killing Eve Season 3 Ep7 – Beautiful Monster? The Episode has more action than the rest of the season, but is it too little too late? Find out, the Sotry Grid Knows.
Scrivener meets The Story Grid, how to merge two great tools to make the best writing experience. This post covers mastering how to use your metadata in the most efficient way.
Villanelle’s back story, mommy issues anyone? Does the story work and what are the best ways to tell a villain’s backstory? Find out, the Story Grid knows!
Killing Eve Season 3 Ep4, does the story work? Join us, three Certified Story Grid Editors, as we break down this episode to determine how we might have made it a better story. The Story Grid Knows!
Episode 3 of Killing Eve Season 3 – Does the Story/ series work? Join 3 Certified Story Grid Editors and Find out. The Story Grid knows!
Management Sucks! But does the episode work? Join three Story Grid Editors and see. The Story Grid knows!
Villanelle and Eve are back Season 3 of Killing Eve. Does the Story Work? Is this season comparable to the last 2? Find out! The Story Grid knows!
Want to learn how to merge the fantastic writer’s tool Scrivener with the awesome Editing Methodology The Story Grid? This is the post for you!
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The Netflix hit “You” was a great example of a Thriller. The three Story Grid Editors tell you why. The Story Grid Knows!
Editors analyze the Netflix Series You using the Story Grid Methodology designed by Shawn Coyne. Does the Story Work? The Story Grid Knows!
Hi, my name is Randy Surles and I edit Thrillers and Action novels. I specialize in Fantasy, Science Fiction, and anything with a military flavor to it.