A Writing Workshop with Best-Selling Author Donald Miller
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Public speakers, novelists, screenwriters, teachers, biographers, journalists, memoirists, essayists and communicators of any sort are invited Into the Elements. Donald Miller delivers four lectures on the art of story, showing any communicator how to translate their ideas into stories that readers, viewers and listeners can’t turn away from.
In this four-DVD set (3 hours run time), viewers will learn to: • Use the elements of story to keep an audience interested in your lecture. • Keep a reader interested on every page of your novel. • Learn the techniques for creating the beginning, middle and end of your story. • Learn to plot the story-arc before you ever write a word of your novel. • Understand how “The Story Question” is the heart of every story. • Create stories that are exciting, provocative and meaningful.
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Donald Miller is the author of New York Times Best Sellers: Blue Like Jazz, A Million Miles in a Thousand Years, and Scary Close. He is the founder of Storyline Conference (held once a year in Chicago), an organization that helps people live better stories. He's also the president and founder of StoryBrand.com, an organization which helps companies tell their story so word begins to spread about what they do through focused workshops. Donald lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Betsy.