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Tag Archives: Novel structure
Still with me? Monday, I introduced the idea that I applied Chris Vogler‘s structure paradigm to City Slickers because that was the movie that kept scrolling through my head as I listened to his course at the ACFW Conference in St. … Continue reading
If you were here Monday, you know I’m using Hollywood screen-writer Christopher Vogler’s structure paradigm to deconstruct one of my favorite movies. I just bought Vogler’s book, The Writer’s Journey, and haven’t read it yet, but he taught our Early Bird course in St. … Continue reading
Chris Vogler was ACFW’s Early Bird speaker, and an impressive one at that. Mr. Vogler has quite a list of creds attached to his name, particularly with Hollywood. His book, The Writer’s Journey, is a best seller among writing manuals, especially for screen … Continue reading
Events got intense for Debra Chandler in Corporate Ladder, which took me a bit by surprise, but it gave me the opportunity to see just how strong she is. I’m impressed. That’s the thing about being a seat-of-the-pants writer: you don’t … Continue reading