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Analyzing the Jack Ryan Series using the Story Grid Method
I am releasing this early because I want to publish the Episodes as I watch them to see if my predictions are correct and I’m a few episodes behind. The 5 Commandments of Gentleman Jack: Episode 2 These are the 5 Commandments of Storytelling…
The 5 Commandments of Gentleman Jack: Episode 1 These are the 5 Commandments of Storytelling as outlined by Shawn Coyne in his book The Story Grid: What good Editors Know. Inciting Incident: Anne Lister’s lover, Vere Hobart, leaves her for a man This specific…
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.