Dear everyone: you can stop bugging me now.
The Story Structure presentation I gave at LTUE last week was a huge hit, and people have been asking for the powerpoint file ever since. At long last, here it is! And that’s great, but thanks to my awesome friend Stephen Nelson, I’m excited to be able to offer something even better: the complete presentation on video. We’re using youtube to host it, so it’s in five pieces, but he did a really great job of putting them together and I’m really pleased with the way it turned out. He even went so far as to cut in the powerpoint slides here and there throughout the presentation, which is awesome, but I suspect you’ll want to have the video open in one window and the powerpoint open in another to really get a good look at everything.
Watching this presentation, you will learn a number of very important things:
1) I am losing a lot of hair.
2) I apparently have my hand in my pocket ALL THE TIME.
3) Story Structure is easy and awesome.
That last point is probably the more important of the three.
Stephen also recorded and edited and posted another presentation from LTUE, called “How to Write a Story that Rocks.” This was a two-hour class taught by John Brown and Larry Correia, and if you’ve read their books you know that they’re both five-star experts on stories that rock. If you like my presentation, give theirs a shot.
The Story Structure Powerpoint
The Story Structure Presentation Video