I work with a lot of manuscripts–everything from novels to short stories; chapters, scenes; essays, memoir–and in this video, I go over four of the most common problems I’ve encountered in the work I’ve read in the past year or so.

Illuminating pointers on some very common problems with fiction. | stormwritingschool.com

Do you think you might have one of these problems? Take a look at my Story Momentum class, which guides students through

  • The essential elements of story
  • The key to crafting desire-driven stories and scenes (aka “mini-stories”)
  • Getting tension on every page
  • Juggling action with the various kinds of narration that might bring the action to a halt
  • Controlling your pacing
  • Avoiding conspicuous plotting through invisible setup and payoff

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  1. Okay, I’m hooked. So much concise info in this short piece.

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About TD Storm

TD Storm is an award-winning writer and teacher whose stories have appeared in a number of journals. His passion for storytelling and its inner workings inform his teaching, editing, and mentoring. He has worked with countless writers on personal essays, novels, short stories, and more. And he's been teaching since 1999.

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