Episode 36 - The DNA of Story. The six stage model of great storylines

May 16, 2015 00:15:57
Episode 36 - The DNA of Story. The six stage model of great storylines
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Episode 36 - The DNA of Story. The six stage model of great storylines
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How do stories work? What are the stages in a story, and what are the objectives of those different stages? Understanding the answers to these questions will help you understand the way a great story can be constructed. In this episode we delve a bit deeper into the concept of the six stage story process, and show how this model represents the DNA of great stories, and how you can apply the model to inform and improve your writing

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