Novel Approaches 009 – Narrative Mode
December 14, 2018
After a discussion on NaNoWriMo and a book launch party briefing, Sione and r. r. tackle narrative mode: what it is, why it’s important, and how to go about selecting the best one for our stories. Oh, and r. r. has strange analogies for days.
Novel Approaches 008 – Goal-oriented Storytelling
November 9, 2018
Sione picks r. r.’s brain about the ins and outs of goal-oriented storytelling. Along the way, r. r. makes (slightly) inaccurate claims about the rate of acceleration of gravity before employing a bizarre metaphor about evolution and mitochondria. In other news, Sione likes dark hot chocolate.
Novel Approaches 007 – Conflict
October 12, 2018
Co-hosts Sione Aeschliman and r. r. campbell tackle conflict: what it is, why it’s important, and how we can use it to fuel our stories.
Novel Approaches 006 – Theme
June 15, 2018
The Writer Next Door, John Adamus, joins the show for a conversation on theme: what it is, its importance, and how writers can make sure their theme shines throughout their manuscript.
Novel Approaches 005 – World Building
June 8, 2018
Guests Danielle Maurer and Chris Bedell join the show to discuss various world-building strategies one can use during both the pre-write and drafting stages of writing a novel.
Novel Approaches 004 – Plot and Structure
June 1, 2018
Co-hosts Sione Aeschliman and r. r. campbell break down the differences between plot and structure before examining various structure models and how they can be put to use.
Novel Approaches 003 – Creating Character
May 18, 2018
Author Kristin Oakley joins the Novel Approaches co-hosts to talk character from conception to completion and everything in between.
Novel Approaches 002 – Concept: an Editor’s Perspective
May 11, 2018
Co-hosts r. r. campbell and Sione Aeschliman examine concept from the perspective of an editor.
Novel Approaches 001 – Concept: a Writer’s Perspective
May 4, 2018
Novel Approaches co-hosts r. r. campbell and Sione Aeschliman kick-off the series with an exploration of developing one’s concept as a writer.