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Author: Diana Wink

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Hey, I'm Diana and this is Story Artist, a show that will not only help you tell stories that will change the world, but also create a lifestyle around those stories that is sustainable, creative and fulfilling. Let's be artists who impact society by both their work and their lifestyle. Ready to start the adventure of your lifetime?
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Do you want to write a story your readers won't soon forget? Here's the one thing that will accomplish that and 5 principles to use it right.
Why reading fiction is a MUST for everybody & how to make the best out of it.
The theme of your story is probably the most important aspect of storytelling as it will determine whether the story will stick with your reader and touch their heart. Here are two techniques to make theme powerful in your story.
Martin Scorcese, R. L. Stine, Aaron Sorkin ... those are only some of the creatives I'll talk about in this episode. You'll hear about their unique editing principles that you can apply to any work of art.
Today, we have an interview with author and coach Frank McKinley, host of the Thriving Writers Show, and we will be talking about how to thrive as a writer and sell thousands of books. Check out the full show notes and links here: storyartist.me/2018/10/03/15-how-to-become-a-thriving-writer/ If you like it, you can support the show on Patreon with several dollars a month: www.patreon.com/storyartist
Following up on the latest episode, we will be discussing today whether self-publishing is the right choice for you and the 6 rough steps towards successful self-publishing, with lots of great resources that helped me in my journey so far. Check out the full show notes and links here: http://storyartist.me/2018/09/19/14-self-publishing-is-it-the-right-choice-for-me/ If you like it, you can support the show on Patreon with several dollars a month: www.patreon.com/storyartist
Today, we will be talking about how to face and overcome challenging setbacks in our creative life, how to start a career from scratch and how to self-publish on a low to no budget! Mateja has an extraordinary biography and very interesting and encouraging insight, and we touch on challenging topics of being broke, starting from scratch but also have a positive and very giggly spin on that in the end, so stay tuned to this interview! Check out the full show notes and links here: storyartist.me/2018/09/05/13-overcoming-challenges-and-self-publishing-on-low-budget-with-mateja-klaric/ If you like it, you can support the show on Patreon with several dollars a month: www.patreon.com/storyartist
With the release of my FREE Routine Workbook "8 steps to map out a sustainable creative routine & an incredible artistic adventure", I will be talking to you about 3 of those habits that will maximize your creative output – short-term and long-term. Check out the full show notes and links here: http://storyartist.me/2018/08/22/12-3-simple-creative-habits-that-will-triple-your-output/If you like it, you can support the show on Patreon with several dollars a month: www.patreon.com/storyartist
I'm interviewing author and writing coach Jim Woods and we will be talking about writing hacks that can easily help you defeat the 4 main author struggles – including writing habits, first drafts, revision and momentum. Check out the full shownotes here: http://storyartist.me/2018/08/08/11-how-to-easily-defat-the-4-main-writing-struggles-with-jim-woods/
If you don't learn this principle, you'll never be successful. Do I have your attention now? Hi, I'm Diana, and this is Story Artist.In this 15 part series I call "The Power of Storytelling", I want to talk to you about 15 storytelling principles you need to understand and to master. And these principles will skyrocket everything you do as an author, be it your fiction or nonfiction, be it blogging, be it marketing. Storytelling is such a powerful tool and it works in every area.Let's start with Principle #1
How can you become the next John Grisham?
Today, I'm taking you on a short journey through my everyday life, and show you 4 simple strategies to de-stress in this busy world as a creative.
After the printing press and the invention of TV and the radio, the next revolution is coming, and we're in the middle of it. Here's what it means for you as a storyteller. 
Dr. D. Corbett Everidge has an astonishing biography: He is a security specialist and martial arts instructor with twenty years of experience. Teaching people to live confidently in a world gripped by fear and violence is his life’s work. Dr. Everidge is a seasoned criminal justice educator at the college level, teaching courses such as Constitutional Law, Criminal Law, Criminal Procedure, Criminal Investigations, and Bloodspatter Pattern Analysis.In this gripping interview Dr. Everidge gives hands-on advice of how to write more authentically about crime, violence and weaponry. Spoiler alert: you have to get your hands dirty.Here's where you can find our more about his work and contact him:https://phdce.comhttp://ministryofdefense.us 
Why don't we have the things we dream about? Because we're not asking the right questions. This ONE questions will change everything.
There are 4 principles of consistency that you can use for your creative life and in your business – here's how.
I changed my creative sales strategy and am talking about the only three reasons you should be ashamed to sell. 
You might know how to write a first chapter. But what are the requirements for the first chapter in CONTINUING fiction? I'm analyzing the first chapter of my new book with you today.Yl know how to write a first chapter. But what are the requirements for the first chapter in CONTINUING fiction? I'm analyzing the first chapter of my new book with you today.https://books2read.com/prometheusfalling
It's a phenomenon we have seen with many TV shows and other forms of serial serial storytelling: the story is off to a great start gaining passionate fans, but the ending turns them into an angry mob of haters. How can this happen? And how can we avoid this as authors?
In this episode, we will discuss 3 straightforward steps to truly becoming a writer.
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