Choose your own adventure

I’ve always liked the Choose Your Own Adventure story concept. If you aren’t familiar with it, the idea is that you read a page or a brief scenario in a book, and then you are offered an option to take the story in usually one of two different directions....

Are you ready? Storytelling tips

Earlier I had talked about the agony of the pace of the first Twilight book, the agony of the detail, and whether Bella was a passive character. In The Art of Dramatic Writing, Egri devotes the three parts of his book to Premise, Character and Conflict, and on p.109...