Creating Better Stories in Thrillers and Military Fiction
Posted on May 16, 2020
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
Posted on January 7, 2020
Which is better for writing a novel that works? The Story Grid or Save the Cat?
Category: 5 commandments, 6 core questions, Authors, Blog, Story Grid, WritersTags: 3 acts, 5 commandments, Cat, conventions, Jessica Brody, novel, obligatory scenes, pantser, planner, Save, save the cat, shawn coyne, writes
Posted on October 16, 2019
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Episode 5 of Hanna Season 1, does the story work? Are the external and internal genre conventions and obligatory scenes being met? The Story Grid knows!!
Category: 5 Commandment Episodes, 5 commandments, 6 core questions, Hanna Season 1, Story GridTags: middle build, Midpoint, save the cat
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.
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