Exploring intersections of science, technology and magic creating compelling stories and world building
People are highly sophisticated consumers of story.
Have you ever noticed how people love stories? They can’t seem to get enough. Plus, they are always looking for the next most amazing story yet. They are either listening, reading or watching a new story. It seems to me that this love (need?) for story is welded into our DNA.
Learning to create stories for experienced story consumers can be a challenge. Fortunately, many skilled and knowledgeable creators of stories practice their craft. Moreover, they are willing to share their expertise for a small fee — the price of a book on developing stories and building worlds.
These expert story development experts might organize and define aspects of the story structure in different ways. This can be confusing. Yet, they share the common goal to support story creators craft high quality stories.
It seems to me that the more I work at mastering the craft of storytelling, the more the different elements that make up a compelling story split into finer discrete components. But, from the point of view of the story consumer, they are drawn to the coherence of the whole story.
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