In this episode I will (try to) explain the concept of Story Sheets to you. Those are writing aides, akin to writing bibles and index cards. Think of Story Sheets as a supercharged version of a post-it note. They let you define relatively vague “things” like plot points, characters, settings, scenes, character development points and so forth, with the ability to link one with another.
Story Sheets support both the standard text view, as well as the storyboard view. With the help of the side-by-side layout, they can become a vital writing help so you never lose sight of your writing goals.Watch the full course in one convenient playlist:
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