See why the plot of Game of Thrones Season 1 works so well. Story Grid Editors break down the plot and show how the writers created a great society genre story.
Category: 5 commandments, 6 core questions, Authors, Progressive Complication, Screenwriters, Story Grid, Story Grid Showrunners Podcast, television, tv series, WritersTags: emilia clarke, game of thrones, george r. r. martin, gwendoline christie, HBO, kit harrington, lena headey, maise williams, nathalie emmanuel, nikolaj coster-waldau, peter dinklage, society genre, sophie turner
The Showrunners analyze the Netflix TV series Ozark Season 3 to see if the story continues to work and then tell you why or why not.
See a recorded live session of me helping an author determine the 15 core scenes, the spine of her novel, using the Story Grid method.
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.
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!
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!
Category: 5 commandments, 6 core questions, Authors, Blog, Progressive Complication, Screenwriters, Scrivener, Scrivener Meets Story Grid, Story Grid, WritersTags: 7 Point System, Dan Wells, Global value, Learn Scrivener Fast, obligatory scenes, Rachelle Ramirez, Robert McKee, save the cat, shawn coyne, Thriller Genre
Does the The Umbrella Academy TV series work? The Story Grid Knows! Tune in as 3 Certified Story Grid editors break it down!
Waylander, an iconic fantasy thriller by David Gemmell. Does the story work?
Red herrings, ordered disobeyed, plots uncovered, prison murders, dynamic escapes – does the story work for Killing Eve episode 7? Find out! 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.