In an surprise announcement that should surprise no one, I didn't finish my submission for the IWSG Anthology. Knowing how slowly I write, I should have started working on it far earlier than I did. My bad, although life did have something to do with missing the deadline.
This week's video is an interview with Michael Hauge where he discusses the main character's internal journey in books and movies. If you're a writer and haven't heard of "The Hero's Journey" or Michael Hauge yet, then I suggest you Google them right now. If you want to add depth to your story, this is definitely one way to do it.
Have a great weekend and enjoy the links!
P.S. For those of you watching on mobile devices, please let me know if the video doesn't work properly.
5 Ways That Authors Can Use Facebook Advertising
How to Get 10,000 Visits to Your Blog in One Day with No Platform
Understanding Inner Conflict with Story
Expert Michael Hauge
How Filtering the Point of View Affects Show,
This is from Janice Hardy's new book Understanding Show, Don't Tell. I highly recommend the book.
Indie Publishing Paths: What’s Your Newsletter Plan? Part Four
Audiobooks 101: a Beginner’s
Look at the Process of Getting an Audiobook Made
Writing Basics: The Act Two Disaster