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Video-Talk: The Three Most Important People in Your Story and their Emotional Journeys

Stories should take three people out of their comfort zone: The heroine or hero, the audience, and the author.

This is an excerpt from a talk we gave for Jericho Writers. We delve into the idea of taking the protagonist out of their comfort zone, the details behind characters’ wants and needs and how they effect the plot and character transformation, and how all that can relate to plot points and pinch points. Most importantly, we remind authors (whether plotter or pantser) that it is always not only about the protagonist, but also about the authors themselves, and about making the audience experience emotions.

 

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