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How to Outline through Character Arcs

On Friday I touched on how I started outlining The Warden of Everfeld: Legacy to help me lay out the general narrative.

I’m pretty sure this style of outline is sort of an amalgam of various outlining techniques I’ve read about, so I’d like to share it with you all. 518 more words

Writers - Steve D'Adamo

Starting a New Project

While I wait for my critique partner’s edits on Ride to the Altar, I’m brain-storming other ideas, conducting research for a western romance, and reading the how-to best seller,  567 more words

Writing

#amreading 11/5/17: Anatomy Of A Premise Line, by Jeff Lyons

Anatomy Of A Premise Line is aimed at scriptwriters, but much of the content could also be helpful to novelists as well. Lyons’ goal in this book is to give writers a way to evaluate their premise before they begin the actual work of writing, providing a tool they can reference to keep from wondering off-track. 148 more words

Reading

The Log Line

Perkins is still grieving for his dog.  He revisits a place by the sea where he would walk his dog and it is here he makes a fateful discovery… 6 more words

Assignment

Friday Write-Day: Holy Crap NaNoWriMo is Coming!

Holy crap it’s almost November! I’ve been looking forward to National Novel Writing Month basically all year, and it somehow still snuck up on me. 408 more words

Writers - Steve D'Adamo

Senior Project I Journal Entry 2

Log line for new idea: A lovesick vampire struggles to find the best way to woo his beloved.

Mood Board

Character Design and 1st color palette

1 scene from Story Boarding:

Non-Timebased

"Blackville!" Chris June & Rico Pruitt to Star in New Bawn TV (@BawnTV) Project!

The number of Web Series continues to BOOM! It is hard to believe that just over a year ago About Him started what would become one of the fastest growing genres in entertainment today. 379 more words

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