You may have seen this. Based on click-through statistics, probably not.
What began as an interview with Joanna Penn (she’s wonderfully Aussie, I’m regrettably not… love that accent) about my new book turned out to be a spontaneous primer on the writing mindset and how story architecture fits into that vital aspect of the experience.
In the tradeoff between investing 30 minutes of your day in Entertainment Tonight or this, I’m thinking this is the better writerly bet.
My wife says I sat too close to the camera, and you should know that the metal pole in the background is a bed post, not a prison bar. Other than that, I think you’ll find lots here to light your brain on fire.
Visit The Creative Penn for a wealth of good stuff about writing stories, including a ton of other interviews.
Oh… almost forgot (you buying that?)… please purchase “Story Engineering” HERE, my kid has one more year of college left, and all of us only have so much time to spend learning the craft of storytelling for real.
Useless side note: This is the 301st Storyfix post (not counting the 20 or so I’ve pulled off for various reasons). It’s also the very first video. I’m thinking there’s more to come. Once I figure out the buttons.