The Hero’s Journey is a narrative pattern identified by Joseph Campbell, most notably outlined in his book The Hero with a Thousand Faces. This pattern of adventure and transformation is a universal one that runs through all kinds of mythic traditions across the world.
Christopher Vogler has simplified this pattern in his The Writers Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers. While Joseph Campbell’s monomyth is described to have seventeen stages, I will focus on Christopher Vogler’s version (which is divided into twelve stages) and break them down for you.
Finding your niche is vital for writers who want to start blogging and write a non-fiction book. Though, it can be hard to get to the bottom of what that means for you, which is why I’ve written this blog post.
Here, I'll go through 3 fundamental steps to find your niche. If you want to write down your notes on physical paper, you can download this free workbook and print it out.
Every story is built up with a varied number of scenes. In turn, every scene is built up with their own variables like location, character, time, plot, conflict, etc. To write a novel (or a short story, novella, etc.) you need to come to terms with that a story is written scene by scene (the length of your story will determine how many scenes you’ll need). It can, however, be tricky to write scenes—especially if you don’t exactly know what it means. It took me a while to wrap my head around the idea of thinking of a story being built up by scenes. Which is why I’ve written this blog post.
Here, I will share 9 steps on how to write a scene.
I don’t think it can be stressed enough that a writer need to craft a protagonist the reader will care about one way or another. Your protagonist can be the make or break of your story.
Crafting a great protagonist is hard, but there are ways that may help you get a better understanding of how to proceed. I have therefore compiled a list of questions that will help you dive deeper into why your readers should care about your protagonist.
I have found that writer’s block can be beaten with something as simple as finding the interesting in every scene that make up your story. It will always be easier to write when feeling intrigued by what you create. In this blog post, I will therefore show you a simple way to beat writer’s block by finding the interesting in every scene of your story.
Every person has at least one goal they want to achieve in life. It can be based on anything and everything. This post will illustrate how to set up clearly formulated goals to help you achieve what you want.
This post is designed for writers. However, the methods of setting up goals in this post can be used by anyone for any goals. And, regardless of your goal, you will find the information in this post valuable.