How do you write an intense story? How do you make your story more dramatic?
We often believe that stories have a sequence.
First, this happens, then that happens and then something else shows up. And while that belief is generally true, the heart of the story is the “stuck point”. You know your story is powerful because the audience sits up upright. If you were to stop or even pause long enough, they’d be asking, “What happened next?”
Do you get the “What happened next” with your stories?
To get a consistent “what happened next” we need the power of the “stuck point”. Let’s find out more.
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