Brin Jackson, Fantasy writer & daydreamer

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Orchestrating Impact

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Stunning post by Vaughn. He’s nailed it – again!

Vaughn Roycroft's Blog

The Concert, by Theodoor RomboutsGetting Under the Shell:

“…A story is about how the plot affects the protagonist. The good news is that protagonists… live and breathe and make decisions the same way we do. The bad news is that writers often tend to leave this crucial layer out, giving us only a beautifully written rendition of the story’s external shell – the plot, the surface, the “things that happen” — rather than what’s beneath the surface, where the real meaning lies.” ~ Lisa Cron

If you are a regular reader here you probably know I’m working on another rewrite of book one of my trilogy. Thanks to some amazing feedback and guidance from some fantastic mentors and beta-readers, I’m well into the project. I knew from the start that this rewrite was about adding internal meaning to mostly external events (plot). But even with the insight I’ve gained, I need consistent reminding to…

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Author: brindle808

I'm old enough to know better, and young enough to want to learn. I am a reflexologist, fantasy writer and daydreamer.

3 thoughts on “Orchestrating Impact

  1. When I initially commented I clicked the “Notify me when new comments are added”
    checkbox and now each time a comment is added I get several e-mails with the same comment.
    Is there any way you can remove people from that service?

    Cheers!

    • Hi Tanie, I’m unclear whether you clicked “Notify me when new comments are added” on my page or on Vaughn Roycroft’s page. I will see what I can do. Thanks for your comment!

    • I believe it might be your settings and you need to unfollow or un-notify. I can’t see your initial comment Tanie. This doesn’t seem very helpful. Sorry.

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