Manage Your Story Design Project

by Hank Quense

Hank Quense | November 23, 2012 | Kobo Edition (eBook)

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This book represents a unique approach to fiction writing. It encapsulates the entire stiry design process into a series of annotated mind-maps. Each major element of the story design process has a mind-map. Each bubble in the mind-map has a note attached to it. The note may be a sentence, a paragraph or several paragraphs. The purpose of the book isn't to teach story design, rather, I picture it as an aid when you are creating a work of fiction. Print out a copy (it isn't that big) and keep it open when your working on design element such as character building or designing a scene. When used this way, I think it will be an invaluable resource.

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: November 23, 2012

Publisher: Hank Quense

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0985006315

ISBN - 13: 9780985006310

Found in: Self Help

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Manage Your Story Design Project

by Hank Quense

Format: Kobo Edition (eBook)

Published: November 23, 2012

Publisher: Hank Quense

Language: English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10: 0985006315

ISBN - 13: 9780985006310

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This book represents a unique approach to fiction writing. It encapsulates the entire stiry design process into a series of annotated mind-maps. Each major element of the story design process has a mind-map. Each bubble in the mind-map has a note attached to it. The note may be a sentence, a paragraph or several paragraphs. The purpose of the book isn't to teach story design, rather, I picture it as an aid when you are creating a work of fiction. Print out a copy (it isn't that big) and keep it open when your working on design element such as character building or designing a scene. When used this way, I think it will be an invaluable resource.