I’ve read 25+ books on the art and craft of storytelling. Here’s a quick 3 sentence summary of what I’ve read so far this year. One major take away or what I enjoyed. For those who are interested, every book here links to amazon, if you buy it we will make money off that purchase. …
Jun 24 2022
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Jan 03 2021
Sometimes a book hits you different. I’ve been devouring books on writing. For some value of devour, I suppose. I read roughly 26 books last year. This pales in comparison to most of the people in my feed, but I’m generally a one book a month kind of reader.
This is a book that popped into my feed as a recommendation. Free for having an audible account. (If you have the 7.98 a month version, it’s in the Netflix style al la carte.) I wouldn’t have run into it otherwise.
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Jun 05 2014
If you’re like me, you still indulge in young adult literature from time to time, and there’s no one better than Gabrielle Zevin to transform a story about an adolescent character into a relatable and deep-cutting story for all ages. I first read her novel Elsewhere in 2007, about a teenager who is killed in …
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May 14 2014
StoryLuck is dedicated to storytelling in all its forms: traditional and alternative. Check out some of this week’s news on alternative storytelling through video games, social media, graphic design, and more. They’ll make you rethink your definition of a story. 1. Adobe Designs Storytelling App Adobe Voice, which debuted this month, is an iPad …
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