Writers Off Task With Friends, Show 20: outlining using the “hero’s journey “

This is the most awesome thing you will ever learn. Or something.

Authors Dan Alatorre and J. A. Allen discuss The Hero’s Journey as an invaluable writing tool.

This week we discuss:

  1. The Hero’s Journey “Outline”
  2. Good writing habits
  3. Goal setting
  4. Being too predictable in your writing
  5. Embarrassing stories about Allison.

Yes, it’s a bit silly. That’s the point. But it’s also insightful and fun. That’s also the point. 

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Upcoming guests include Rachael Ritchie, and more!

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