Creating Emotional Identities (How to Plot Story Arcs P3)

Charlie Aylett, www.thestorysmith.com

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7 Videos (32m)
    • Intro

      3:18
    • Lesson 1 Emotion & Action Side by Side

      4:02
    • Lesson 2 Emotional Cores

      6:20
    • Lesson 3 Forming Identity

      7:23
    • Lesson 4 Why Emotional ID is Important

      3:55
    • Lesson 5 The Essentials of a Strong Arc

      3:40
    • Class Project

      3:50

About This Class

All stories start with characters, and that's what we're going to explore in this class.  We take the first step in plotting a novel or long story by devising the initial stage of the story arc -- creating authentic characters.

Character is plot, right?

Join me and let me show you exactly how that works in this easy to follow tutorial.

Whether you have an early draft of a manuscript, or if you merely have an idea for a book and don't know how to turn it into a cohesive plot, this series is for you.

If you are new to writing and plotting, you might find it more to your benefit to take the first two classes in this series before embarking on this one. 

Part 1 - The Big Picture

Part 2 - Writing Towards Emotional Markers

And if you like the class, please bring your writing buddies outside of Skillshare on board!

Take the next class in the series: Fear and Ambition - Driving Stories Forward

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Charlie Aylett

www.thestorysmith.com

Been writing longer than I should have. Along the road of those many years, I stumbled into editorial work and currently reside at Flash Fiction Online. I read a lot of stories every month, the majority of which are declined. I’ve critiqued hundreds of novels and short stories, read a thousand more, written a ton of rejection letters and tried to give helpful advice wherever possible. I've always taken pride and pleasure in helping writers understand key fiction writing techniques and g...

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