Hi, Gang! Craig with you again, and it’s time to manipulate one of my old parenting lessons into a writing post. This involves advice to my children, which they hated, but still seems to bear some merit. A few years ago I posted about the Plate of Peas approach to story. It was a moderate … Continue reading The Bag of Marbles
Good morning story Empire readers, PH with you today, continuing the series of posts which helps you create marketing material as you develop your book. I call this process dual usage of your meta-comment content (based on your story bible, if you will). Meta-content is basically any content use or create specifically for your book … Continue reading Dual-Use of Meta-Content Part 5: World Building
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, SEers! Mae here on a cold February day. If you happen to live in the southern hemisphere and are enjoying beautiful temperate weather, please bottle some and send it up north! Winter doldrums aside, I thought it would be interesting to take a look at learning. Bear with me as I make the loop … Continue reading What is Your Style of Learning?
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