A dozen go-to sources for starting or brainstorming story ideas.
Good morning Story Empire readers, PH here with you today following up on my previous posts regarding dual use of the meta-content you generate when developing your books. If you would like to read the previous posts for this series, you can find them here and here. Continuing from last time when I got into … Continue reading Dual Use of Meta-content Part 3: Reader Guides
Hi gang, Craig with you today. This is post number three in the character archetypes series. In the Hero’s Journey, there are some common characters that are likely to show up in all stories. This doesn’t mean each archetype shows up in every story, and aside from the hero, the rest are kind of optional. … Continue reading Character Archetypes: The Ally
Good morning Story Empire readers. PH here with you today getting back to using meta-content from your novel development as a way all of communicate to readers about your book. You can read the first post in this series where the concept of creating content with dual-purpose is discussed in more detail. Today, I wanted … Continue reading Dual Use of Fiction Meta-Content Part 2
Good morning Story Empire readers, P.H. Solomon here with you today with a few questions, and maybe a few answers, about your content development. Do you struggle with developing marketing content for your fiction? Have you spent copious amounts of time creating your book? If you're answers are yes, then read on for a some … Continue reading Dual Use of Fiction Meta-Content Part 1