In this episode, Sam Copeland – author of the hilarious ‘Charlie McGuffin’ books, about an ordinary nine-year-old boy with an extraordinary superpower – discusses how to create memorable characters, why certain jokes work (and others don’t), and the importance of empathy when you’re telling a story. Download a FREE resources pack to go with this episode at https://bit.ly/plazoomsamcopeland.
This episode is divided into three sections, which can be listened to in one go, as a sequence spread over several days, or in isolation. If you only have time to listen to one, we recommend section 2, which includes the author reading from their own work.
Section 1 starts at 00:00
Section 2 starts at 09:33
Section 3 starts at 20:22
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