The Book Editor Show is a weekly podcast hosted by Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley. Each show looks at one area of novel editing that an author can easily implement into their editing process.
Shows have guest editors, explore different creative storytelling fields, and give you the knowledge to build a better book.
Editing Your Subplot or B Story
As we continue our exploration of plot we examine the Subplot also called the B Story.
We look at the importance of subplot and give examples from books that aren't Harry Potter!
We also share an easy method to check if your subplot actually matters and how to fix it or cut it entirely.
Don't forget to visit https://thebookeditorshow.com/outline/ to learn how outlines can help you Write Faster, Gain Readers, and Crush Doubt.
Plot versus Story Structure
We tried once before and the twisted knot of plot versus story structure was too much to be undone. Today we do it right!
If you want to writer faster, gain readers, and crush doubt check out Ironclad Outline, the original and still the best outline process. Today you can make Ironclad Outline part of your process for only $150 visit https://thebookeditorshow.com/outline/
Of Struggle the Return and Onward
Clark Chamberlain and Peter Turley are back discussing what it's like to live in a car for a year, returning to school, and where the show will be going next.
Editing Your Life Story and Negative Self Talk
What could you do if you eliminated your negative self talk? How much more could you write and publish if you weren't being held back by limiting beliefs?
Editing story isn't limited to the words on a page, you have the power to edit your life story. When you edit your life story you will find new creative strength you never knew you had.
Listen to take more control of your life and your creative work.
Choosing the Right Point of View
How to choose the right point of view for your story. POV is the ultimate storyteller, and an expert storyteller will choose which parts to emphasis or even leave out depending on both the audience and the story being told.
From Clark Chamberlain's breakout course Advanced Novel Writing with Harry Potter, you will learn all about 1st person, 2nd person, and 3rd person plus how to match past or present tense to the POV.
To listen to the rest of this top rated course got to: https://thebookeditorshow.com/potter
How to Edit 1st Act with Thor Ragnarok
Why does the first act of Thor Ragnarok work? What lessons can you learn to edit your own work?
How to use elements in your story world to make fans love you, and what you need to do to take it all away from your powerful protagonist.
Want to make your first act better? Use an Ironclad Outline as your first stop in developmental editing: http://www.thebookeditorshow.com/devedit/
seven basic plots !
I did a fair bit of research trying to find podcast related to Christopher bookers seven basic plot. The result was almost nonexistent. Glad to have listen to these and heard your ideas. Will be incorporating into my second novel 👌
So Much to Learn
I love listenting to all the episodes, but after my husbands affair, the episode on editing your life story was truly timely. I have stood on the edge of the river, googled ways to kill myself, and played with sharp knives, and every time the thought that I don't want my story to end that way pulls me back. Clark is a hero in so many ways. Keep up the great work.
Great show guys, started listening once Clark took over Alyssa's spot on Writership (another phenomenal show), and was directed here. Clark your voice is perfect for Podcasts and you and Peter are great. KEEP IT UP!