Your Hosts: Brandon, Victoria, Dan, and Howard
How do you create chapters? What are the rules for carving your manuscript into numbered chunks? Is chaptering part of your outline, is it something you discover while you write, or is it something else entirely?
In this episode we talk about how we do it, and how we think about it while it’s being done.
Credits: This episode was recorded by Dan Thompson and mastered by Alex Jackson
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Takes something you’ve written, and put the chapter breaks in new places.
Docile, by K.M. Sparza (releases in March 2020)
This episode totally would have updated earlier if I’d only known sooner that it was ready to go. Jordo says he emailed me early this evening, but if he HAD then you’d have been listening to this by 8:00pm Sunday.
So… how much of that do you believe? Is the Narrator lying to you, or is he just wrong? Maybe he is lying to himself, and thinks he’s being honest with you.
Most importantly, though, how does any of this apply to your writing? Well, that’s what the podcast is for…
Writing Prompt: Have an event occur, and then provide five different character perspectives on the event… none of which are completely accurate.
Note: this episode updated a little late because I wanted an object lesson in the write-up, not because I was relaxing on the couch until 11:15pm. That’s my story, and I’m sticking to it.
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