The Book Editor Show
By Clark Chamberlain
Shows have guest editors, explore different creative storytelling fields, and give you the knowledge to build a better book.
The Book Editor ShowOct 30, 2019
Editing Your Subplot or B Story
As we continue our exploration of plot we examine the Subplot also called the B Story.
We look at the importance of subplot and give examples from books that aren't Harry Potter!
We also share an easy method to check if your subplot actually matters and how to fix it or cut it entirely.
Don't forget to visit https://thebookeditorshow.com/outline/ to learn how outlines can help you Write Faster, Gain Readers, and Crush Doubt.
Plot versus Story Structure
We tried once before and the twisted knot of plot versus story structure was too much to be undone. Today we do it right!
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Of Struggle the Return and Onward
Editing Your Life Story and Negative Self Talk
Editing story isn't limited to the words on a page, you have the power to edit your life story. When you edit your life story you will find new creative strength you never knew you had.
Listen to take more control of your life and your creative work.
Choosing the Right Point of View
From Clark Chamberlain's breakout course Advanced Novel Writing with Harry Potter, you will learn all about 1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person plus how to match past or present tense to the POV.
To listen to the rest of this top rated course got to: thebookeditorshow.com/potter
How to Edit 1st Act with Thor Ragnarok
How to use elements in your story world to make fans love you, and what you need to do to take it all away from your powerful protagonist.
Want to make your first act better? Use an Ironclad Outline as your first stop in developmental editing: www.thebookeditorshow.com/devedit/
Special Edition Why Does Wonder Woman Act 1 Work
Developmental Editing What It Is And Why You Need It
And introducing Ironclad Outlines by Clark Chamberlain.
Collaboration and Editing in a Storyverse
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Get Published in 2017
Edit your Setting to Create Horror
Learn to edit your setting into one filled with terror that will keep your reader up all night. Choose powerful words that conjure images. Grab secrets from the silver screen to use on the page.
Make the most of the new year with our 30 day challenge!
Sacrifice and Killing Characters
Editing your Book with the Power of Three
3 Easy Exercises to Edit your World Building
Making Monsters a World Building Bible Creature Feature
Editing Past and Present Tense 1st Person POV
4 Tips to Edit Nonfiction
The Rebirth - 7 Basic Plots
Editing Short Stories for Publication
Edit and Understand your Characters Desire and How to Abuse Them
Raise the Stakes: Edit your Manuscript to be a Page Turner
Book Review of Writing the Breakout Novel by Donald Maass
Editing Point of View
Editing Fantasy 3 Elements you Must include
Editing Thrillers 3 Elements you Must Include
Script Editing with Jacob Larch
How to Amp Up your First 20 Pages for Submission
Writing and Editing Dialogue with Leslie Watts
Journaling for Writers
Self Editing for Writers by Browne and King a Review
Joanna Penn Shares her Process for Excellently Edited Books
Worldbuilding 3 Pitfalls to Avoid
7 Tips to Strengthen Setting
Review: Plot and Structure by James Scott Bell
90 Day Professional Challenge
Proofreading Tips for Self-Editing and Publication
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Q&A Killing Main Characters, Writing Synopsis, Which Book First
Partnerships with Editors and Authors
What should you expect from an editor? How should you treat authors? What about deadlines? Is the editor always right?
We want your feedback on the show, did we miss anything?
Editing for Mystery Tension and Conflict
Generating Ideas and Finding the Gems among the Rocks
Developmental and Structural Editing with Leslie Watts
The Boys are Back
Click here to check out Peter's Udemy class Change your Life: Powerful Steps to Personal Transformation.
And click here to take a look at Clark's course Punch them in the Gut: Writing Fiction with Emotional Impact.
And grab a copy of Hank Hudson for free!
How You Can Write a Novel in 30 days
10 Tips for NaNoWriMo Survival
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Critique Groups and Beta Readers with M. Todd Gallowglas
Editing the Short Story with Gregory Norris
Tragedy: the Seven Basic Plots
the Comedy - Editing the 7 Basic Plots
Comedy isn't always about jokes. It lets you open up difficult subjects and dig deep into the problems of a person's life.
See how best to tackle editing this type of plot and if it fits your latest work.