by Blaze Ward

So. You’re a writer.

Do you know the bones of what makes a good story? It’s not the same thing as being a writer, not at all.

How do you learn to tell a good story? There’s trial and error, sure.

But there are also books like this, to help you along, making it easier to learn, to remember.

Some of the topic discussed include:

  • The Seven Point Plot Structure
  • Genre as a thing
  • Story length as a professional requirement
  • Breakfast dragons

Be sure to read the other volumes in the series of bite-sized business and craft advice.

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Publisher: Knotted Road Press

About the Author

Blaze Ward writes science fiction in the Alexandria Station universe (Jessica Keller, The Science Officer,  The Story Road, etc.) as well as several other science fiction universes, such as Star Dragon, the Collective, and more. He also writes odd bits of high fantasy with swords and orcs. In addition, he is the Editor and Publisher of Boundary Shock Quarterly Magazine. You can find out more at his website, as well as Facebook, Goodreads, and other places.
Blaze's works are available as ebooks, paper, and audio, and can be found at a variety of online vendors. His newsletter comes out monthly, and you can also follow his blog on his website. He really enjoys interacting with fans, and looks forward to any and all questions—even ones about his books!
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