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Scenes that involve more than two characters can be unforgiving in a way that those with only one or two are not. This is amplified when multiple characters are thrown into chaos. The more characters and the greater the chaos, the less wiggle room for author error. In a scene like this, it’s critical to slow down every step and analyze each movement, beat by beat.
In this week’s episode, we take a deep (as in really deep) dive into the importance of anchoring readers in a chaotic, action filled scene. Because of the detailed level of the material being covered, we decided to include a video version of the podcast so listeners could see what Taylor’s looking at as she speaks.
We hope the video adds to the educational level of the material, but it’s an experiment. We will do this again next week, but that will be the end of the experiment. If you find this useful please let us know. Check the connect page for the different ways in which you can share your thoughts, questions and comments with the show.
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David K says
Was there a download for a Word document of Carol’s work that Taylor went over? Aaargh, brain remember bad, can’t find.
I’ll put it in this week David after this two-parter concludes.Thanks for the reminder 🙂
Preston Glidden says
This is so incredibly helpful! The video helped me follow along when I might have become lost otherwise. Great Job!
Thanks, Preston – It was a fun experiment providing the video to listeners, we’re both glad to know you found it useful.