Sunday, May 14, 2017

All the Charts Mentioned in the Book (and Some That Aren’t)

I just got an email from a book reader who pointed out that I promise readers that they’ll find some charts on my blog, but those charts aren’t actually easy to find here. So here’s the afterword of the book, annotated with where you can find these things on the blog:

Thanks for reading! For more advice, examples, and bonus material, please visit SecretsOfStory.com. You’ll find:
Bonus, I’ve finally started using Google Docs not SendSpace for the downloads, so hopefully the links won’t constantly die.

And hey, good news: The book seems to be doing well!  I’m happy to report that I’m up to 25 reviews on Amazon: 24 five-stars and one four-star. And remember, you can also get the book on audio on Amazon or at this link!


Anonymous said...

At the beginning of Part 3 you promise an "exhaustive" list of 122 questions in 7 categories that will help to point out problems, in a format allowing answers, and that we can download it here... but I don't see it.

Matt Bird said...

Sorry, if you go to the page for the Ultimate Story Checklist, the link at the end of the third paragraph takes you to a downloadable version of the checklist you can fill out yourself.

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