New Book: What’s the Story? Building Blocks for Fiction Writing
When I first got interested in fiction writing, I scoured bookstores for a simple, straightforward primer on storytelling. I wanted something that explained the various components of a story, and I found lots of excellent books — some on plotting, others on characters — but I never did find that primer I was looking for.
So I decided to write it.
About the Book
What’s the Story? Building Blocks for Fiction Writing is the first book in a series called The Storyteller’s Toolbox. Here’s the lowdown:
What’s a story? Is it character? Plot? Conflict? Change? Why do some stories fall flat with audiences while others sweep the globe, captivating people in every corner of the world?
Stories are made up of many moving parts: action, dialogue, description, and exposition are just a few components of a story. These, and many other building blocks, are woven together to create a compelling and entertaining narrative.
What’s the Story? Building Blocks for Storytellers parses the elements that work together to form a story, fostering a broader and deeper understanding of stories, what they are made of, and how they are developed.
Get Your Copy Today
What’s the Story? Building Blocks for Fiction Writing is now available in paperback and for the Kindle at Amazon, and it will be coming soon to other online bookstores, including Barnes & Noble, Kobo, and Apple’s iBooks. I’ll make an announcement here on the blog as soon as the book is available everywhere.