Games, films, books, music, feeling hungry and opening the fridge looking for a slice of your favourite cake… All of these have one thing in common: stories.
Hello everyone and welcome to my writing podcast! I’m Antonino (or Anthony, if it sounds easier) and, as you can guess, I’m not a native English speaker. I’m also a writer and editor, which means I have my own unique slice of language challenges to overcome.
If you can bear listening to my weird accent, I will offer you guys insights into the life of an obsessed storytelling maniac with too many interests. In around 10 minutes.
We made it, my dudes! It is New Year's Eve and this is the last episode of the first season. Today we are going to learn more about what it means to 'let go' when writing a story, both on the micro and the macro level.
Many writers tend to be afraid to put their personality into a story. In truth, that is the single thing that makes the difference between a conscious writer and someone who's still developing a voice. Here's why letting go will make your stories even more relatable.
Stories are like houses. You'll hear that metaphor a lot. But stories aren't just rigid structures you can plan, build and then hope they will stay up by themselves.
Stories are subject to change. Just like every human being.
Follow me on this new episode of Worlds in Characters, in which I try and explain (pretty badly) the delicate mechanism of writing stories.
Have you ever wondered about the destination of a person walking down the street? Have you ever felt even slightly excited about an unexpected event? We humans crave stories... And stories are everywhere, if you know where to look.
Have you ever wondered what it means to see the world from the eyes of a writer? It brings a lot of unnecessary fluff to your brain, that's for sure. But it does have its perks. Let me tell you what this show is going to be, and most importantly, why you should care.