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Plot Wizard Flash Fiction: A "Genie" for Creating Original Content Structure In Minutes for Short Stories By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Content Structure for Flash Fiction has never been so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no... More > less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research what made a dramatic story. That study lead to a 1920's author who claimed (based on even older research) that there were only 36 possible conflicts through all dramatic works. Hill never intended it to become a mass-production device for plots. The original "Robot" he produced was to explore the idea of formulaic basis for stories. Not too long after, Joseph Campbell produced his "Hero With a Thousand Faces" which prescribed the monomyth as a base for all stories. Robert Silverberg reviewed Hill's work as: "Pick one up, follow the instructions, write your story. You might just find that a grand literary career is unfolding for you in a wondrous, magical way."< Less
Plot Wizard Flash Fiction: A "Genie" for Creating Original Content Structure In Minutes for Short Stories By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Content Structure for Flash Fiction has never been so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no... More > less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research what made a dramatic story. That study lead to a 1920's author who claimed (based on even older research) that there were only 36 possible conflicts through all dramatic works. Not too long after, Joseph Campbell produced his "Hero With a Thousand Faces" which prescribed the monomyth as a base for all stories. Chris Vogler then championed this idea through Hollywood. And the Star Wars saga, as well as multiple Disney hits followed that generic model. Robert Silverberg reviewed Hill's work as: "Pick one up, follow the instructions, write your story. You might just find that a grand literary career is unfolding for you in a wondrous, magical way."< Less
Plot Wizard Flash Fiction: A "Genie" For Creating Original Content Structure in Minutes for Short Stories By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Content Structure for Flash Fiction has never been so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no... More > less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research what made a dramatic story. That study lead to a 1920's author who claimed (based on even older research) that there were only 36 possible conflicts through all dramatic works. Not too long after, Joseph Campbell produced his "Hero With a Thousand Faces" which prescribed the monomyth as a base for all stories. Chris Vogler then championed this idea through Hollywood. And the Star Wars saga, as well as multiple Disney hits followed that generic model. Robert Silverberg reviewed Hill's work as: "Pick one up, follow the instructions, write your story. You might just find that a grand literary career is unfolding for you in a wondrous, magical way."< Less
Plotto Genie: For Flash Fiction and Short Stories By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Content Structure for Flash Fiction has never been so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no... More > less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research what made a dramatic story. Diving into the problem that the growing movie industry had for volume treatments to feed their industry, Hill created a device to harvest these many different possibilities for plot creation. The original "Genie" he produced was to explore the idea of a formulaic basis for stories. For Flash Fiction, the work is even more daunting, as it's not a question of filling in more conflict, action, or romance by adding words. The object of this book is more for education of the author in the basics of how to string a plot together, and maybe a solution to any "writer's block." Win the day. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
PLOTTO Genie: For Pulp Fiction and Romantic Dramas By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Escape Writer's Block and Generate Original Content Structure in Minutes Using the 31 Basic Dramatic Situations Common To All Fiction Stories Content Structure for Dramatic Fiction has never been... More > so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research that lead creating a "genie" to bring new possibilities to authors. To inspire combinations they have never though of before. Reviews tell of writers breaking through their Writer's Block to find new inspiration for plots they had never imagined before. Hill notes that unfortunately, most stories tend to fall into paths other stories already travelled. This "Genie" enables fresh, new combinations of characters, obstacles, and climaxes never before seen on print or in movies. Get Your Copy Now.< Less
PLOTTO Genie: For Flash Fiction and Short Stories By Wycliffe A. Hill
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Content Structure for Flash Fiction has never been so simple and fast. What if all story ideas were able to be boiled down to a single formula? Wycliffe A. Hill had this idea in the 1930's when no... More > less than Cecil B. DeMille rejected one of his stories because "it had a good narrative, but no drama." This led Hill to research what made a dramatic story. Diving into the problem that the growing movie industry had for volume treatments to feed their industry, Hill created a device to harvest these many different possibilities for plot creation. The original "Genie" he produced was to explore the idea of a formulaic basis for stories. For Flash Fiction, the work is even more daunting, as it's not a question of filling in more conflict, action, or romance by adding words. The object of this book is more for education of the author in the basics of how to string a plot together, and maybe a solution to any "writer's block." Win the day. Get Your Copy Now.< Less

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Our World Our World By Deleah Payne
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