Category: Story Grid

Jack Ryan Episode 6 – Story Analysis

Does the story in episode 6 of Jack Ryan work? The Story Grid knows!

S+SG: Editor’s 6 Core Questions/ Hero’s Journey – Mac and Windows

Scrivener meets Story Grid: tracking the Editor’s 6 Core Questions in the Binder as well as Campbell and Vogler’s Hero’s Journey.

Jack Ryan Episode 5 – Story Analysis

This post analyzes the Amazon Prime television series Jack Ryan using the 5 Commandments of Storytelling and the Editor’s 6 Core Questions from the book The Story Grid by Shawn Coyne. SPOILER ALERT!!! This post will spoil everything about episode 5 from the Jack…

David Morrell’s First Blood (Rambo Book 1) – Analysis and Editor’s 6 Core Questions

How do you know if your story works? Take a look at David Morrell’s iconic novel First Blood, used as the base for the first Rambo movie. Does the story work? The Story Grid knows!

Story Analysis – Jack Ryan Episode 4

Jack Ryan Episode 4, Does the Story Work? The Story Grid Knows! Let me show you how!

Story Analysis – Jack Ryan Episode 3

Jack Ryan Episode 3, does the story work? The Story Grid knows! Let’s break down the elements that make it work.

S+SG: the Story Grid Spreadsheet – Mac

Using Scrivener software and the Story Grid methodology to make a Story Grid Excel Spreadsheet.

Story Analysis – Jack Ryan Season 1 Episode 1

Jack Ryan, Amazon Prime’s Action Series, broken down by story elements to show why it’s a story well told.

S+SG: The 5 Commandments – Mac

Tracking your Story Grid 5 Commandments for each scene, developing your story by tracking your progressive complications in each scene and ensuring that you are raising the stakes.

Using the Story Grid to Analyze Amazon Prime’s ‘Jack Ryan’ Series – Introduction and 6 Core Questions

Analyzing the Jack Ryan Series using the Story Grid Method