How to Write a Story That Rocks Workshop – The Video

So… how do you write stuff?  Good question.  Watch this:

http://johndbrown.com/2010/02/how-to-write-a-story-that-rocks/

Or you can go direct to Youtube:

http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=8B94E8B54E235F72

A big thanks to Stephen Nelson for recording this and putting it together.

At LTUE, author John Brown and I did a 2 hour seminar called “How to Write a Story That Rocks”.  This was the first time we’d done this together, and I do believe it turned out pretty good.  Now, keep in mind, I’ve only just watched the first segment.  A. Yes, I’ve gotten a little chunkier this year.  B. Am I always that damn bouncy and twitchy?  Holy crap, now I know where my kids get it from.  (in my defense, I had just gotten onto a new BP medication that makes me a little bouncy)

Since this was originally John’s baby, and I was just tagging along, there were still some bugs to work out. Mostly because I didn’t really know what was going on until I got there, but I do believe that it actually turned out extremely well, and we got a ton of compliments from the aspiring writers there about how helpful the whole thing turned out. 

So I hope you find this useful.

3 Responses

  1. WhaHoooo! Get to see the back of my big fat head, framed by two of my favorite authors, AND I get to see the seminar all over again.
    Now, where did I put my notebook from that night so I can see how much I missed.

  2. Great vid. I love seeing how professional writers approach their craft.

    I definitely need to make it to LTUE next year. The folks that got to attend this year are lucky.

    Thanks to Hezikiah Kidron for posting that on youtube.

  3. Man I wanted to be there… I don’t know how many times I yelled “Cattle mutilation, and guns” at you guys, during the brainstorming parts. :-D

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