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Resumen del editor
There are three kinds of feelings when reading a story: boredom, interest, and wow! To become a successful writer, you must create the wow feeling on as many pages as possible, and this requires writing that engages the reader emotionally.
In his best-selling book, screenwriter Karl Iglesias explored the working habits of A-list Hollywood scribes. Now, he breaks new ground by focusing on the psychology of the reader.
Based on his acclaimed classes at UCLA Extension, Writing for Emotional Impact goes beyond the basics and argues that Hollywood is in the emotion-delivery business, selling emotional experiences packaged in movies and TV shows.
Karl not only encourages you to deliver emotional impact on as many pages as possible, he shows you how, offering you hundreds of dramatic techniques to take your writing to the professional level.
In this audiobook, you will learn:
- Over 40 techniques to humanize a character for instant empathy
- The seven essential storytelling emotions
- Over 70 techniques to create them
- Over 50 ways to craft powerful scenes, including the emotional palette
- Over 30 techniques to shape your words and energize your narrative description
- The most common dialogue flaws and fixes for each
- Over 60 techniques to craft dynamic dialogue that snaps, crackles, and pops off the page
Not only does Karl Iglesias "get" emotion, but he also shares insider secrets for moving the reader from tears to laughter and everywhere in between.
Praise for the book:
"This is a must-have book for every screenwriter, director, and producer." (Rosa Graham, president of Find the Funny)
"Reading Writing for Emotional Impact will shake up your world. This is the book that tears through the clutter so that you can write from the heart." (Michael Lent, author of Breakfast with Sharks and co-producer of Hard Scrambled)