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Have you heard of the Hero's Journey? A simple intro

George Lucas based Star Wars on Joseph Campbell's comparative work on the parallels among the heroes/mystics/teachers/founders of the major world religions and world mythologies.

Successful Epic Story

Successful Epic Story

Funny pictures about Successful Epic Story. Oh, and cool pics about Successful Epic Story. Also, Successful Epic Story photos.

John August's 11-Step Guide to Writing a Scene - This is for screenwriters but still offers insight for novelists

Infographic: John August's 11-Step Guide to Writing a Scene

John August's Guide to Writing a Scene - This advice is for screenwriters but still offers insight for novelists. These tips could also apply when writing a creative piece for the diploma exam (PRTT).

Using Jungian Archetypes in your writing... http://www.chartgeek.com/jungian-archetypes-2/

Jungian-archetypes: characters as expressed in Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Harry Potter and Firefly.

Classic Heros Journey with lots of annotations and explanation.... But there are actually FIVE heroic journeys that each of us much undertake!

Classic Heros Journey with lots of annotations and explanation. But there are actually FIVE heroic journeys that each of us much undertake!

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Emotion guide for writers! This is brilliant, I'm glad someone wrote these all down! Sometimes I feel like I use the same body language over and over, too much. It'll be nice to mix it up!

Surprising parent/child activity: create a map of your child's imaginary world.  I am in love with this post!

Map Your Imagination

How to create a map out of your novel's unique world. A creative idea is to include a world map at the beginning of your novel to give readers a better idea of your novel's landscape.

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