Pixar Story Rules

And also a bit of

The moving truck that has all of our personal belongings (i.e. all of my books) is still somewhere between here and the Ozarks. So while I intended to write this week’s Fiction Friday about writing scenes—a topic I definitely struggle with—that’s not going to happen until next week.

So, again, in lieu of a post, I’ll share with you a great site and resource for writers. This blog post is a compilation of tweets by Pixar story artist Emma Coats. She shares, in 140 characters or fewer, more than 20 story writing ideas and tools. Here’s one:

#11: Putting it on paper lets you start fixing it. If it stays in your head, a perfect idea, you’ll never share it with anyone.

Check it out, try some of the writing exercises. HOPEFULLY our moving truck will be here on Monday, so I can get you a legitimate blog post on setting.

Adieu for now!

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