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05:40 min | Last week

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"Because that's what love us. Jack the jack that she knew somewhere inside of this monster. She forced him into the state of being out of ignorance. She would be damned if she was going to leave him inside this beast. The more she took into herself the more comb he became. Eventually there were both engulfed in fire. The darkness and the light once again danced together as a single flaine. Joe placed her hand on the side of jack's face and pulled him towards herself. Was her kiss that his anger and expelled the monster that he had become she had seen the demon and peeled back. It's ugly layers until only jack remained Because that's what love does okay so everybody's definition of love is different. We all have this kind of inner description or inner monologue or inner belief about what love is about what it actually does now. You see a lot of you see a lot of people mistaking lust for love and this happens a lot in younger people. It happens leading writers and younger readers. There is this this drive to make these hot saucy sexy books and they they kinda paste over this lust with this fake love. But if you've ever really been in love. And i mean really been in love kind of like jack and jill were in love. If you've ever really been in love you can instantly tell the difference between lust and love. I'm not saying there's anything wrong with those kinds of stories to where there's a ton of lust going on dude. It's they're great. They sell people love them. And if you're writing them keep riding them because you're doing something right but let's just be crystal clear about something if you describe lust as love to someone that knows what love is. They're going to laugh in your face and put your book down. If you're going to describe love as lust than those same people are still going to laugh in your face because there's a difference right. I mean there's this this huge huge difference. Lust is a very carnal desire. It is it is something that we all deal with at some point or another. I mean we no matter who you're attracted to love is love in my opinion but no matter who you're attracted to you've felt lust for someone else. Lust is powerful emotion that drives are sexual urges. You cannot get around it and it is a very important part of the human chemistry but love. Is this completely other thing when you love somebody. You generally tend to put their needs in front of yours and if you don't then you're a shitty blubber husband girlfriend etc. Whatever you wanna call it. You've got to be able to show. That love is more important than everything else that care for. That other person is more important than your own. So when you're writing these things it is very important that you do not confuse the two. Oftentimes you will see these writers. Try to confuse to do. And i think it's either because they don't know the difference or be they're just trying to describe something with this blanket term of love but i would just like to offer a word of warning to you if you are writing a story that has real love in it right. Real love is all about working it out arguments. Yeah there's there's problems but those two people that are truly in love with each other. They find a way to power through it. That's why you see couples that have been married for fifty years and they're like ninety years old and still grabbing each other's asses. I mean that's just it's that's what love is it's it's that desire to stick it out But there is also this interesting thing that i saw. When i was growing up my parents stayed together until the day. The my mom died but they hated each other. I really genuinely think the hated each other. And they were sticking it out of stubbornness and so. I think that it is very important that you understand the difference between love and stubborn stupidity as well as the difference between love and lust. When you're writing. It's not about us. It's about how you convey the emotions when you're talking about the inner change between those two individuals. Just make sure that when you are writing and you use the word love are not mistaking it for lust because lust is a different thing than love. And like i said. It's also different than blinds. Do good stupidity stubbornness dumb people. Anyway when you're writing always reevaluate anytime you drop the word love. Make sure that you are not misleading. Your reader anyway. Thanks for listening to that clip. Thanks for listening to me rant. I just really wanted to get this particular episode out. I know it's a short one but yeah because enjoyed it catching the next one..

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03:26 min | Last week

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"Okay so today's episode. We're talking about love not lust and in order to communicate that. Probably the best way i know how to do. It is to just play you a short clip from a story of mine. It's about a ten minute piece. Listen to it. And then i'll meet you on the other side and we'll talk about love not lust. The former god of this planet has seen events in the future that could bring about the demise of all life on this planet without the presence of you and jack the worst part is those events will come from someone who has given himself completely over to the salvation of mankind. So technically without you were all fucked about me. What about jack. You and jack are now part of each other. We're one goes the other must follow. I cannot stress this enough. If the two of you are separated your souls will begin to die. It is the nature of your power right now. Jack has lost control of himself. You pushed a lot of your energy into him and his soul has completely given up struggling immensely right now and because of that struggle. A fraction of a fraction of his potential is leaking out of him. He lets much more out. Things are going to get really ugly. The ground began to shake beneath them causing bits of dust and broken concrete to fall from the ceiling. Jill wasted no more time with the angel. Though thankful that michael he'll her. Her boyfriend was losing control and that took precedence over any conversation with any being of any kind a dark streak was left in her wake from her hurried sprint out the front of the partially destroyed cathedral when she came to a stop outside she was mortified at what she saw jack had completely lost himself he had succumbed to the hunger he had taken her power and used it to satisfy her dying request. The remains of hallard lay on the ground near him. An arm here leg over there and a few teeth or all. She could see the crater that jack stood in was riddled with melting rock and cement. His form was frightening. She can hardly see the detail of his body at all was burning. So bright that she had to squint. Her is to look at him. His massive wings were stretched out behind him from his crouched. It looked as though he was getting ready to fly away and carry this destruction with him wherever he went looking around. She saw dozens of angels perched in trees and standing on surrounding rooftops. Some held their arms in front of their face to shield themselves from the tremendous heat boiling off the enraged sinden being. He was like this because he thought she was dead..

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04:00 min | 3 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"So hit the subscribe button while you're at it. Why don't you hit that button or you can smash shooter spin. Kick it or throw it out. I don't care just just make sure it gets pressed as writers. Sometimes we neglect to see all the amazing places that writing actually exists and one of the places that we often overlook is video games. Video games have become this amazing experience for anyone that plays them. Are there bad video games. Yes books to our their bad experiences in video games. Yeah there's some out there but there's a lot of bad experiences in movies too but when the two actually link up writing and video game and both are good so the writing that goes into it is good and the effort that goes into it. Good what you get is a masterpiece all right. So let's talk about why writing video games is such a big deal. If a writer looks at video game in the right way they are bringing the player along a journey just like a reader the player in the video game. The person running the controllers gets followed the character through a series of experiences now those challenges and experiences promote growth often times. It's very rare. You started video game with a super powerful character. So your your character gets stronger and stronger through each challenge and through each level if you take the character from level one and put him in level fifteen. He's not going to have enough power to be the bad guy to to to beat in bust. You have to make sure that your character is. What's the word. I'm looking for inexperienced or not suitable to fight that battle because you have to carry the player through the journey. Here's where the video games. The upper hand the player themselves to learn through the game mechanics. Okay so they are. They're actually controlling the character and and helping him jump off of that wall. And miss that spiky bush dodged fireball and all in the pit so the character is growing but the player is learning as we go. If you're clever you can actually take notes and hints and tips from video game writing. So your reader is following your your hero. Protagonist on a journey they. They're they're going along this journey with them to the end of the book the end of the story. Whatever it is so you need to make sure that your reader is experiencing the same challenges as your zero in the story so for example i know video game. It is frustrating shit. When there's a jump that you need to make and you can't make it or enemy that just keep kicking the crap out of you and you can't beat it. You could so frustrated but when when you beat that when you make that success when you actually win that level or beat that character or get that jump you will literally jump out of your seat. Your hands air. Start walking around the apartment or the house like you're keen shit. You need to put that kind of emotion that kind of struggle kind of rejoice in everything that embodies that accomplishment into your story right that emotion into your story if your character truly truly feels that emotion than most likely you're reader will feel that emotion to and that's what builds those permanent bonds. We tend to remember things to ways. We remember things. I think the right side of the brain is logical in the left side of the artistic and the emotional and so on and so forth. I probably got that all kinds of wrong but we remember emotion. We really remember emotion. You remember the boyfriend. The girlfriend that you broke up with that you wanted to punch in the face. You remember when that person you knew that you loved so much passed away. You remember when you got that first great job you remember when you had that first success you remember those emotions injure character should remember those emotions and should feel and truly experienced those emotions.

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02:36 min | 3 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"Guys if you haven't had a chance to do so yet please. Click on a subscribe button down below. And if you're just so happened to be in the mood thick chicken and throw it at that. Like button pushers smash elbow dropping run a tractor into it. I don't care just wish like button today. We're talking about how to reveal your characters history or pass to the reader so if you have a character in the things that happened to them in the past have a direct influence on the plot or on the character's motives decisions our choices than it's important to tell you reader but what you might want to do is kind of string you reader along it helps your reader. Want to continue turning the page because they want to know more about your character. Whether it's the he wrote the bill in both a buddy. It doesn't matter what you wanna do is slowly. Release that information to. Don't give away the farm if you give away the farm right in the beginning and the the the reader kind of loses interest in the character. Because they're not learning new things about them. They're only experiencing this story with them. So what you wanna do. Is you want to reveal bits and pieces of the backstory as you go a great story that has done. This is called once upon a time. It's a story that's on netflix. You can actually go and watch it and they are fantastic about just giving you little bits of the backstory one piece at a time and it's really good because it keeps you wanting to check out the next episode so whether you're doing an audio drama whether you're doing a short story whether you're writing a novel a series of novels are an epic saga. Make sure that you're not giving away the farm. Give them little bits and pieces at a time to keep them wanting more. Make sure that the bits and pieces that you're giving them are juicy. Now here's a protest. If you really want to blow your readers mind give them a little bit of a situation. That would lead them to think. One thing. jack. Murdered jill right. But then as the story progresses slowly give them extra little bits so that they can understand. Why jack murdered jill so in the beginning. You'd think that jack murdered jill because he's a murderous full but in the end it turns out that joe was a nazi vampire from outer space and was trying to suck the blood out of jack's neck in order to have an alien baby right and so of course he had to kill her. It was self defense so you can see how that helps feed the story along. It gives you reader little bits and pieces as they go and it gives them one point of view in the beginning and it shows the different point of view in the end..

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04:09 min | 4 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"If you really want to shock your listeners or your readers wait into they show up to a book signing or to your booth at comic con and then slap them with a fish role intro had a chance to do so. Click on the subscribe button. Also while you're at it take bitch slap the crap out of that like button. It just really helps the show. So today we're gonna talk about writing shaq. Shaq is very important because it will keep your reader or your listener from getting into this state where they can predict everything. That's going to happen in your story. The goal to a good story is to be unpredictable. Because if you have a cliche ending a cliche plot if anything in your story is cliche your readers or potential new readers or your listeners are gonna see right through it. It is very important to keep your readers and your listeners on their toes. Because if you don't you'll lose readers you will lose listeners. And you'll just have a generic basic boxed story and nobody wants that. So how do we write shock. Well a lot of times shock will almost right itself. You just have to make sure that your plot twists are very very good. And i don't just make them kind twists. Make them suckers do like a ten eighty nineteen twenty ten thousand whatever it is right so shocking your reader or your listener is as easy as killing their favorite character. Not leading the the the the protagonist get out of a particular situation making them suffer the consequences of something. They shouldn't have had to suffer the consequences of showing somebody important or just completely shifting the environment. The reason you want to do this because it will definitely keep your listener or you'll reader on their toes and that is ultimately what you're looking for you never want your readers to become complacent. So how do we write that shock. You how do we. How do we do that craziness. It's pretty simple. Wait until you can't think of anything else to do and then think most far out thing that you can do and do that. Just make sure it doesn't pull away from the plot. So classic examples of shock. Movie the mist right stephen king. They made a movie out of it. Spoilers haven't seen it The ending is sold shocking. That i will never ever forget it. And the dude is sitting in the frigging in the truck and they. They don't think they've got any way out. And so there's four people in a truck has gone with three bullets in it. The the husband and the son picks up the gun shoots one shoots and other shoots child sticks the gun in his mouth and you just click. Click click click. Click click click. Click that shock but that wasn't the shock that made me remember it shock that made me remember it was he got out of his truck and then what like fifty feet in the military. It just comes barreling through the mess. Ready to save everybody come in to save the day like calvary right so that was the shock. They took this crazy situation and just completely flipped it on its head. Don't be afraid to do that in your story. Take your character and them on their head makes sure that the bill and is so brick and powerful but there's no way to get out because then when the triumph comes when the hero triumphs It's that much more juicy better memorable awesome. You can't think of enough words to describe how awesome it is when a hero comes back from a shock and still succeeds right so anyway just to recap right shock into your stories. Make sure it's not predictable. Don't let your reader or your listeners. Get comfortable only. Let them get comfortable with your writing style just enough to lure them in to come in and smack him with a fish..

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04:56 min | 4 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"The hero always comes back despite the odds and saves the day there's that cadence to it and it's there in almost every single one now. There are caveats that you will see matches to where they will build up the villain right so say the bill and is part of some other arc right some other long arching story arc and they they had a ton of 'em right so the bill would actually come in and he would win matches because they're trying to build his character. They're trying to make him look like a threat to your hero. So they would put him in these other bs matches where he would just stop the crap out everybody and then the to ultimately meet and collide in wrestlemainia twelve trillion. But another good thing about those long arching storylines was it gave the good guy a chance to make some powerful friends right. There were always people that came in the very craziest moment to lind the hero. A hand and it was a powerful hand. I mean sometimes these people that would come out of the bag so like the heroes getting the crap kicked out of him by twelve frigging people in the ring and then all of a sudden out of the back come to dudes right and they come run into the diamond ring the slide in you know what i'm talking about they slide and they slide in and they start stopping at craft at everybody and that's called up hot tag kind of kind of i mean it's a saving moment when they come out of the bag tag team matches when you finally did the tag your partner but that hot tag. We're buddy comes in and just kicks the crap out of bad guys. You need to put those allies in your story right. Those allies are actually really really important to a story because the hero can't do it all in self. If you can do it all himself then lie the hell. Are you reading the story. What's the point. Here's something that you never really knew about wrestling. That actually can help you so much in writing. And it's weird concept so just stick with me. The most powerful character in the wrestling world was the referee you represented the rules set forth the order to the world and was always working to keep that order in lan. It was generally an unbiased character. He tended to chastise the hero for breaking the rules. More than the villain though. So i mean he was unbiased. Like everybody's got paul rules right blah blah blah blah out of the corner. Get him out of the corner. No close this. Hit him in the face. No kicking him in the nuts whatever it was but he always chastise the hero the face more than the bill in the heel and the reason was it gives you a different way of measuring your heroes and villains right was ultimately there to serve that hidden purpose he gave you a perspective of what was right and what was wrong and so it's kind of like the ground rules for everything and you writing you need to set some ground rules. You need to have a referee in the rink. Gotta have that that way to say that. What this person is doing is wrong. And it's wrong for everybody but this guy tends to step out of line more than this guy however when the good guy steps out of line i give him a hard time and i do the bad guy because it's kind of the way the world works bad guys get away with shit that that we don't we don't all get away with and it's because they're not scared to break rules you could ultimately always tell who the good guy in a match was because the heroes didn't break the rules even if it cost him the match the heroes didn't break rules they may been them don't break them. Ultimately it was that referee. That was the one that put the match to rest. When the one two three came down it was the the referee that was in there right. He's the one who brought that particular story to a close view. Are the refereeing right. You are the referee. When you writing now you can put referees into your story people that will you know. Sort of forced. The character maintain certain rules and regulations and things like that but you are ultimately the one that brings to a close when the one two three comes down. It's you that's counting the one two three so remember. You are the referee. You are the hidden character in your story. You're the one that creates the world and lays the rules. But did you ever notice. The the heels bag is would often knock out the ref or get him distracted right. They would keep his attention over here or they would knock him out while the bad guy was was getting the upper hand doing something dirty right and that's how we continue the storyline so like at the end of my first book. I did this. I actually did this so if you haven't remember books i'm going to spoil something for you right here. Put fingers ears and go la la la la la in that story at the very end. The bad guy comes in suspense. Like knocks the ref out rips off the dude's head and takes the body and ditches right so that's how i continued. The story was by making it so that the referee me couldn't say stories done so following the wrestling model is a great way to frame your story and tell multiple different stories inside of that framing..

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08:21 min | 4 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"Flow so basically just so you're aware there is. They know who's gonna win. They know who's going to lose right. No kind of sort of what's going to happen but the rest is kinda done off the cuff. It's kind of like a free style rapper. Almost and to be honest with you. You need to understand that when you're writing your story if you're not going free flow then you're actually over scripting it so the devil is in the details and he will take you to hell if you spend too much time on them. The details are something that can be fleshed out as you're pounding on the keys If you know your story well enough then you shouldn't have to prescrip- out every detail now. Details are important. I get it but in less the small ones directly affect your story. Don't waste time on them in the planning stage. It's kind of overkill right. So yeah major details like where the knife got hit or where he stabbed him in the neck and how the blood sprayed on the wall. I know it's a little gruesome but just bear with me how the blood sprayed on the wall actually gave away the the the the actions of the murderer to the detective who is trying to solve. That kind of detail is important right but whether his shoelaces were were were laced. Up in the over or the under pattern that that doesn't really matter unless it is directly affecting your storyline. You should totally know the major points but you need to be flexible in the minor stuff. I mean forcing it into a box can backfire on you. It can absolutely backfire because if you are so hardwired into this one detail then you may actually have problems fitting rest of the story around that one detail so so beat flexible about the minor details. The major details are kind of important to stick with those but the minor details. You really have to be flexible with them. And that was what was absolutely fantastic about professional wrestling. I mean these guys would know kind of sort of what was going to happen. They knew what the outcome needed to be. And maybe they knew the moves that got into that outcome but they they all spoke the same. They all speak the same language right. They all speak the same physical language. So that gives them the ability to improv to improvise in the moment. And that's what you should be doing when you're banging on the keys. But if you're focused so heavy on the detail if you're focused on the slight infraction of the minor annunciation of third word and the second paragraph of the elven language that nobody even understands. This is kind of overkill so the beauty about wrestling was that it was all about drama cause and effect and the underdogs rise to power and those things should always be in your story right so your underdog your character is always faced with a. How do i say a very difficult situation right. And you should make sure that that difficult situation really keeps your hero down until it's time to rise new needs to be drama and your story. There's not drama in your story. But the heli writing for right i mean. Even historical fiction has drama that we didn't know how the soldiers the third battled and second time going to turn out in the middle of the devilish firefight. They actually broke out of their foxholes. Win over and destroy. The opposing army was truly a dramatic moment. We didn't know what the hell was going to ask. You gotta have drama in your story and also you have to understand and sometimes even explain cause and effect cause and effect ultimately will drive story. So you need to be aware of those things and you should always try to put those in your story. And that's another thing that i loved about professional wrestling was their stories. Had all that in all the time all that in it all the time there was always drama there was always causing effect. The underdog was always fighting for the win. You might not have seen it in the match but you definitely saw in. The story are the way that always worked was in the face of unthinkable. Opposition the face baby face or the hero comes through with the last minute and redeems himself against the he'll or the villain right. I mean there's always like they're getting pummeled. they're getting just overdone overkill. And there's like eighty seven guys in the ring in the crap out of him and the good guy the underdog beat out of him and then all of a sudden in the last minute things turn around so right and that is truly a powerful moment in storytelling. When you had your hero when you had your character and they have just been through hell man. I mean just. They've had the crap kicked out of him and they are. They are down on their luck in their very last breath moment and then all of a sudden surge of i've got to be good. I've gone up hold. I have to defend what is right. And then all of a sudden they jump up and start kicking the crap out of everybody. Are those redeeming moments that you have to have. And you'll notice that those things are all over professional wrestling. Like if you just take a few minutes and just watch just watch like three or four matches man and you'll start to see that trend in the way that they do those stories. Think every hero in every story you've ever loved. It's all about that last minute. Victory if that last minute. Victory doesn't come in and there's no sense of like there's no sitting on the edge of your seat wondering what the hell is going to happen as a writer. It is your job to keep the reader on the edge of their seats. It doesn't matter what genre writing right. You have to keep the reader engaged and keeping them on the edge of their seats. Means they're either leaning foregone. What is going to be. They're like oh my god. If you're going to kill everybody what's gonna happen. Look ultimately they know the hero is going to win they just don't know how right and that's how you do it you you have to keep them on the edge of their seats and that's what professional wrestling was so good at. They could fill the arena night after night and every single night they would keep the viewers the patrons the fans whoever came to the show and the people that turned it on on the on the edge of their seats wondering what the hell was going to happen and whatever happened. It was huge. It was exciting. I mean it was the biggest thing of the night when you saw those moments. You didn't know how it was going to happen but you just knew the hero had to win the end however i do have to say this. There's there's a little bit of caution that comes in this so those special moments those hail. Mary moves they were always safe for the biggest invest matches right so there was like the warm up matches and then there was like the big bad matches to where you're following like this big long story arc but they always saved those last minute. Heroes going to win matches for the very very end or or the biggest baddest events like wrestlemainia or something like that. You know you you saw your heroes rise to power right or your heroes long journey of coming from an unknown or coming from a weak spot turning into this powerful character that deserves to be revered in the face of opposition. But they always said and bill. How's that our final match in frigate wrestlemainia nine trillion and everybody tune-in wrestlemainia. They had that sh- up on lock. I almost had that online. But they had that stuff on lock. They knew what they were doing right. They were building the story. They were excellent storytellers. And you can learn from so wrestling always had and still. Has this kind of it's to it. There was kind of this this flow to the story. And i'm not talking about the flow to the moves. I'm talking about if you get into the ring right. There's there's there's a flow to it if you're watching the the action. There is a flow to how this entire thing goes off right so like the hero will come in. And he'll show on right and he'll he'll be like look. I got this move. I've gotten so much. Better i've improved. I've got so much in this. And here's a snap suplex. And here's a power. And i'm off the top rope. But then the villain always did something dirty underhanded right and in that dirty and underhanded got the advantage on the hero..

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02:31 min | 4 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"The second time around readers should be able to follow the subtle clues right so if you do this right. It's like a one two punch okay. The first punch is that left jab the one that just kind of stunned them right. The plot twists comes in like oh snap. I didn't see that. Come in right and it catches him and just catches them off guard and stuns them a little bit but the second time around. That's when you really knock it out of the park because then the reader or the listener begins to see all these other other nuances and all these other traits and all these other little subtle things that really really drive that plot twist home so it really is like a one two combo and you benefit twice from a well executed plus twist. But don't make your plot twist minor. Okay make it like a real. What the moment. okay. Make sure that that the plot twist is so insane or so off the wall that the reader's going to have to close the book. Put the book down and step back from home. Go wildest that whoa. I did not see that coming wool. I did not see that coming. That's what you want when the reader hits that plot twist okay now. Here's your words of caution. Do not play with the plot. Twist unless you have really really thought out. That is really super important. Okay if you don't know what your plot twist is going to be. You shouldn't start writing because in all honesty a plot twist can absolutely ruinous if you screw it up if you don't plan if you don't lay the groundwork ahead of time if you don't plant the seeds in the first recorders the story than the plot twist is not gonna make sense so those of you that are considering putting a plot twist into your story start with the plot twists and work backwards. Find out where you can actually add those little things in. That will make people question but not really question. I mean you want it to be kind of kind of vaguely hinting that. There's a plot twists coming. But just make sure that you know what it's gonna be and you can adequately we've that plot twist into your story in both directions both to the beginning so from the plot twists back to the beginning and make sure that you can weed those in from the plot twist until the end or the finale or before you continue in the next story..

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07:25 min | 4 months ago

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"Does it defy the rules of plot. Twist to tell you we're gonna be talking about plot twists raleigh intro guys. If you're not subscribe yet you might want to do that. You can also hit that like button or you can smash it or punch the crap out of it. You could karate chop late if you want to. But it might break your screen. I'm just saying i know liability. You're okay you're on your own with that one. Today we're gonna talk about plot twists now. Plot twists can be fantastic. They're used properly. You can actually add a nuisance of intrigue to your story A plot twist can actually force a listener or a reader to completely reexamine the adventure. They've just been on a plot twist can give villains a new field and they can also make hero seymour despicable. If you do it right you can actually make those people that that that your reader and your listener absolutely hated turn into the most loved characters that you have in your arsenal of characters they can. They can actually add so much power to a story when the reader or the listener finds out about the hidden inside the things they didn't know about and that's what a plot twist can do. It can bring to light the things that the the reader or the listener doesn't quite know about your characters about the events that happened or the overall story. Let's just be honest. A plot twist can actually make or break a story so before you jump off into the wild wild world of plot twists. Let's make sure you you approach cautiously he. You know what you're doing before you jump in. Well you're probably saying okay. Brian how do i use a plot twist well a plot twist is something that generally comes around towards the end of the story. Now i would say if we had to split in quarters we split your entire story into quarters. Generally the plot twist is going to drop in right in the third quarter. And that's because it you've spent the first of the book building up to the plot twist now the plot twist is not the most important thing in your story but if you are putting a plot twist in everything builds to that plot twist and that plot twist will then open up the ending for you so think of it like like a funnel. It'll be everything builds into it and then it'll come. Everything will narrow into that plot twist and everything will explode out from matt plot twist the plot twist is not something you should put in the beginning of your story because that's not really thought twist you haven't even given your reader time to really dive into the plot. Sometimes you can even save your plot twist for the very frequent end. I've seen movies. I've read books. I've heard stories where the plot twist isn't revealed until the last brick and chapter Sometimes if you're writing a series a series of stories a series of short stories or a series of books novels novellas. Whatever it is. If you're writing series you don't always have to put the plot twist even in the first book of the series in the first story in the series for example mice. I wrote a whole book and a novella before. I threw in a plot. Twist when you're writing series. You can add multiple plot twists. You don't just have to be stuck with one all right so so pot. Twists are a great tool. But you gotta make sure you use them right you can. You can use a plot twist by building directly towards what is going to happen but let's be crystal clear about something you need to know. That shit is coming. A plot twists absolutely has to come out of left field. No one can see it coming. You have to make sure that you have disguised. Your plot twists so frigging. Well that not even the most genuine super sleuth of super sleuths or person that has read one hundred stories is gonna see it coming if if people can predict a plot twist coming than you lost that game as a reader as listener. You want to make sure that. They are kept in suspense constantly wondering what is going to happen next. And after a certain point as people we all begin to want to try and predict what's going to happen next and that's why plot twist is so god damned effective is because we're trying to predict what's going to happen next and then it comes out of left field and nobody saw it coming and you get blindsided by it and takes the entire story that you've read to this point and just flipped it on. Its head that's why it's so powerful. That's why you need to learn to use it. But let me add a caveat to that asterisk the best way to write a plot twist is to know what it is before you start writing the story no that plot twist. You don't have to know every single detail that leads into that plot twist but so long as you're aware that that plot twist is there and you are riding towards that that will help you kind of better disguise. The subtle clues that you need to put in there so you ever notice with any kind of plot twist you never really know that the plot twist is coming on the first time around and then on the second time around. You're catching extra things you're going oh see. I knew that was going on because he said this later on in the story the plot twist has to be known before you start writing the story that way you can lay the subtle clues in as you go. Let me say that again. You need to know what is going to happen in the plot twist when and where it comes in so that way you can begin to lay the subtle clues into your story before you get there. If you don't lay the subtle clues the plot twist is gonna just screw with people's heads they're not gonna enjoy the story and then by the time they get to the end of it they're going to be like wwdc. What the bach. okay make. Sure you're laying those clues in there. The first time around the reader should seriously questioned the motives of the characters directly related to the plot twist. There's got to be a couple of what the hell are you doing moments in there. Why are you doing that. I don't get it right because you of got to keep them off kilter you know. I mean you can get them down an ice path. New can make them believe in love character. But if you don't put a subtle clue here and there or something that makes the reader. Go i don't you know this all makes sense but this one thing doesn't make sense if you don't put that in there then you're plot twist won't have a payoff bright but by putting that that one or two things in that character that seem a little off or don't white lineup with the story. So far that's what really makes a plot. Twist payoff came. So make sure that you're you know you're you're adding just a couple of crazy things to your characters..

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"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

Brian's Daily Grind

03:09 min | 4 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"Hey guys if you haven't had a chance to do so yet please. Hit the subscribe button. And while you're at it go ahead and hit that bell notification so you can get notified every single time we upload a new video and you know what while you're at it. Why don't you take that beer. You got in your hand crush on your ford at the like button or you could just use your mouse whatever's easiest. Today we're talking about writing the mirror and writing the mask. Let me explain what that is when you walked into the bathroom and you look in the mirror at yourself. You are looking at two different versions of yourself there. Is you on the outside and there is the in the mirror. The you on the outside is the one that wears the mask. You put on a mask every single day every single morning every time you go out every interaction you have you wear that damn mask. That mask is the you that you choose to present to the world. The person in the mirror looking back at you however is the real you. That's the one that knows why you do what you do. That is the one that knows the truths that you refuse to admit to yourself. That person in the mirror knows your deepest darkest secrets and is in control of all your behavior the mask which is the you and the real world puts on this crazy bizarre facade for people right and we all do it. There's not a human being on the planet that doesn't do it. We do that so that we can make sure we can still function in the world but the guy in the mirror. The girl in the the person in the mirror never wears a mask ever ever. They know everything about you. So when you're writing characters remember there is a mirror and there was a mask and you're writing both of them but make sure you tune your reader in to the mirror because the mask is automatically going to right itself. It's going to be that that that hurson that interacts with the rest of the world yes. I'm happy insure. I would love a lot but the mirror. The mirror is the most important character to right and the reason. Why is it will let your readers or your listeners know that this is why this character is doing this. This is the thought process. That's driving this behavior. Remember the the mirror knows everything right. It knows the secrets. It knows the the reasons why we have these behavioral issues. The mask is just there to present it to the public. So it's like a it's like the mask is the mirrors hype man. Whatever up but just remember when you're writing characters if their main important characters are. They are going to play a role in the plot. Make sure you are letting your reader or your listener. See the mirror. Well as the mask. Don't just show them the mask. The mirror is ridiculously important. The leading your reader or your listener.

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"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

Brian's Daily Grind

10:26 min | 5 months ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Brian's Daily Grind

"R. z. It's kinda crazy anyway. Writer's block is the condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing. Say that again for you. The condition of being unable to think of what to write or how to proceed with writing. Now we have the basic definition of it out of the way. But let's talk about what it is. It is that wall that gets in your fucking way when you're trying to solve a problem. It's always when you're trying to solve a problem. How do i kill this character. How do i save this character. How do i twist this plot to make it work out in favor of this person. How do i describe this massive sprawling city or this beautiful pristine laker or whatever it is right. Writer's block always shows up when you need to describe or solve a problem. It's a bit of a pain in the dick. But there are some surefire ways that you can get through writer's block and not have to struggle. You won't have to bang your head against keyboard and throw your frigging computer monitor against the wall. These things don't need to happen. They're actually simple solutions for them so without any further ado. Let's jump the fuck in solution number one. get off your ass and walk around. I'm not kidding you walking helps you think it even works better. When you're outside. I know weird right. There's actually stuff outside fresh air sunshine. I don't give a shit if it's winter it's winter is here. It's cold walk around. It'll make you walk a little faster. The blood flow your brain. You'll probably want to solve your problems quicker because it's cold outside but go outside. Walk around talk to yourself and talk yourself through this problem. I see this a lot when i go into like writers pages and writers groups and everybody's always asking same damn question how do i get through writer's block how do i get through writer's block and what you're wanting is you're wanting someone to give you. The answer will guess what that someone could be. You go outside. walk around talk to yourself. I know it sounds crazy. People might look at you like you're weird but they don't know what the fuck you're going through. They don't know the problem. You're trying to solve talk to yourself. Breathe walk solve writer's block that way but that's not the only way there are other ways this can be done by itself or in combination with the f. or mentioned getting off of your ass and moving around solution right past it so if you're on chapter three and you have hit your writer's block right chapter four or chapter five. Knowing what happens later can often help you solve what happens previous it kind of it kind of works like this. So jack and jill went up the hill to fetch pan the water. We all know that. Jack and jill fell down but now we have to figure out how the they fell down. Well a good way to do it is to figure out what happened to them when they fell down so they they went down the hill. Joe broke her arm. Jack snapped his neck was paralyzed from the waist down torn and so forth so we we now have a we have an outcome and if you have an outcome it helps you go back in time and right to that outcome For example it makes it easier to understand one of those crazy movies. When you've already seen it through once you know how it ends you start to find things that build up to that ending and you notice more shit that you didn't see prior so if you're running into a roadblock right beyond that roadblock jumped past that row blocked right what needs to be written and then come back to it. Finally this is the one most powerful thing that i use that gets me through writer's block and it's not a popular concept is probably not one. You're going to like you. You might cheer for me when i say this but but when it actually comes time to do it you'll probably cost me and say that it doesn't work. You got to pull up your pants your big boy pants your big girl pants. You got snatch those suckers up. You got a tighten net built up and you got a cowboy or cowgirl that buck up and right yes you actually have to write. If you start banging on the keys you will eventually solve the problem. But if you sit there and you stare at your god screen for three hours you're not going to solve your writer's block problem. This is not a problem of the idea not being there. It's a problem of you reaching in deep and getting the idea. We all want to say that we have books that right themselves. We all want to say that we have characters that speak to us. And we don't have to think for them because they they put the words in our mouths and we just right for them right. We're just transcribing what they say. But that's not always the case you're the writer. It's job to tell the story which means when the going gets rough you gotta reach in and dig down deep and pull that story out and guess what sometimes you're going to have to make up. I know right. You're going to have to make it up fiction writers out. There shouldn't be a problem though. It does tend to be a problem more often than not. I can't tell you how many times. I've scrolled through a facebook post after facebook pose after facebook post and forum after four after form of people saying i've got writer's block i do. I saw it which bitching start writing. Get off your ass. go outside. walk around still. Can't solve it right past the problem and come back but all of those answers all of those solutions come back to this one simple thing you have to write you have to write. You gotta sit down and you gotta bang on those keys. You gotta use that pencil where you gotta use your dictation device which is a whole other episode. But you actually got to do it. You know when. I find myself not wanting to write because we all have that. And that's kind of a part of writer's block as you know you just sit on the couch and you just like fuck man. I need to be in the writing. But i don't want to. I don't want to i this. This television show is too good. This radio program is to awesome. This video game is shit. I just don't want to get off of my ass and go in there and right those are moments of weakness and you can't be a bad ass author if you have those kinds of moments of weakness best. This is where i i. I'm generally going to say you know you're gonna have to grow up a little bit. You're gonna have to push through not wanting to get in there and start writing because you're fucking story is not gonna write itself. It's not it's just not gonna do it and the longer you sit on the couch and don't write the longer you let writer's block consume you the harder it's going to be to get back at it. So here's what i want you to do. Your is a thing that i want you to actually practice as you go forward. Give writer's block five minutes total. That's right five minutes total. Set a timer. You got alexa or google. Tell them bitches to set a timer set timer on your phone give it five minutes and no matter what push through the writer's block you can either skip ahead and right. What comes after this barricade or you can just start putting some garbage down on paper or on the keys. The thing is if there's something there then you have something to build on but if there's nothing there then you're starting from scratch so so even if you run into writer's block and you're just pooping out garbage on the keyboard. It is better to poop that garbage out and to keep pushing forward then to not do anything at all because you can always come back and rewrite. You may write this. You may poop something out. That was absolutely not what you intended or absolutely not the direction you wanted to go. That will turn your story into a number one bestseller. It is highly highly possible. I can't tell you how many times i have forced myself to just poop on the keyboard and it wound up sparking the proper idea that i need but looking at your screen being passive being docile. just not being in the space in the mood to write is gonna is gonna kill you every time every time and sometimes the space where you are trying to write is not conducive to you writing so get up off your ass. Walk out the front damn door and walk around. If it's the middle of the night don't scare your neighbors but go walk around and just talk to yourself. I know it sounds crazy but sometimes having those conversations with your self will help you reason things out Because no one knows your story like you do and asking strangers on facebook to to help you out with your story is going to get you this kind of response every single brick in time i don't know does it fit with the story. You should always right with with story no matter what you ask. There's always gonna be people like me. That are gonna chime in on facebook and say well does it fit your story. There's no fucking laws about it. Can you properly punctuate it. Does it have the proper grammar. Then write the damn thing. You guys are absolute rockstars. I'm going to start winding this down. But just remember there are three ways that you can solve writer's block number one. Get up and move around number two right past it number three. Pull up your big boy pants. Big girl pants and just start writing. Even if you've got a pupil in a keyboard man did it out there and you'll find yourself pleasantly surprised and then the next time you come into that roadblock if power last one the next one will be easier the next one after that it'd be easier..

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"brian daily" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

02:06 min | 2 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on WJR 760

"Lanes closed due to construction between Clark street and fort street that will last till six pm this evening. I'm Lorenzo wear WJR, traffic and weather. First. Like flooding still an issue. Look, those scattered storms, we'll get up into the upper seventies, more thunderstorms early tonight could see heavy rain flooding concern rain will continue late with all that sixty five early rain Monday. Maybe some thunder high around seventy from the Weather Channel, I'm Jeff Eno on news talk seven sixty WJR checking WJR sports Tigers, wrapping up their three-game series with the twins at Comerica park this afternoon. And it's been all Minnesota so far. They have nine one lead at game now in the fifth inning at the Michigan International Speedway. The fire keepers casino, four hundred is underway. For NewsTalk seven sixty WJR. I'm gene Fogel. The following is sponsored by daily law firm p c. This is the boss show with Brian daily on news talk seven sixty WJR for the next hour. Your legal advice is free by calling eight five five five two nine seven four six nine that's eight five five five two nine seven four six nine. Follow on Facebook, and visit the law show dot com. Now with legal experience you can trust hero. Brian daily and Justin grew. Thank you. Good morning. My name is Brian attorney, Brian daily broadcasting. Live from the law show studios, as I do every single Saturday morning at eight AM here with my good friend colleague and co-host Justin Grover Jonasson just a second today. We're going to be talking about all legal issues. So give us a call at eight five five law show. That's eight five five five nine seven four six nine that's eight five five law show wanted just let everybody know that the law show dot com is under construction right now. So it's not available for you to us today, but you can live stream video of our live show today.

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"brian daily" Discussed on WJR 760

WJR 760

01:36 min | 2 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on WJR 760

"Whether that green hold letters approve, you know, we'll find out today. Coming. Sam photos and his team got the movement festival this weekend. The weather should be cooperating a little rain this morning. Then that'll end just after lunch now heading into this holiday, quick, Raymond thunderstorm tomorrow morning Friday. Looks like a partly cloudy and dry day with slightly cooler temperatures, scattered rain, thundershowers will help kick off the weekend the holiday weekend. But most of metro Detroit will be dry Sunday and Memorial Day Monday with temperatures in the seventies the wet weather returning Tuesday. So it should be mostly dry movement festival and all the other things that you've got planned for this Memorial Day weekend. Seven twelve at seven sixty WJR your next chance to win one thousand dollars is at nine AM the thousand dollar workday, payday on WJR whom the law show with Brian daily and Justin groves Saturday, eight AM to get the answers, you need to the legal questions. You have calling live during the show or anytime at eight five five law show. That's eight. Eight five five law show or visit the law showed at Huntington. We invented the spending drug to help customers tracks bending on-track. Is that your drone? That's my Huntington spending, drums, it, make sure I don't overspend. When I shop for dresses. Over four shoes over or jewelry over budget sounds helpful. Then we simplified presenting Huntington heads up. You set the monthly amount to spend, and we'll send you a heads up to keep you on track looking out for you by looking out for your money. Huntington.

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"brian daily" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

News Radio 810 WGY

01:36 min | 3 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on News Radio 810 WGY

"Qualify, this is Brian daily. I'm sure you've heard other offers from national companies, but before you waste time in hard earned money. Trying to resolve your IRS issues with a phone call across the country. Please call me you can come to my office in Clifton park. We'll meet in person for a free initial consultation and discuss how I can help you don't call an eight hundred number. Call me at five one eight three eight three thirty three thirty right here in the capital district. Call the tax guy. Brian daily CPA at three eight three thirty three. Thirty calls are answered twenty four seven so call now three eight three thirty three thirty or visit five one eight tax dot com. Five one eight tax dot com. This is rich four. Generation on and company reminding you that a new awning can greatly improve the value in appearance of your home awnings block harmful UV rays, reduce energy consumption, cut air conditioning costs. I've locked in the sun and help prevent fading of indoor rugs drapes and furniture, awnings, give children and pets. Great sheltered and protected area to play outdoors for generation on company will enhance your home or business with a beautiful. Custom owning we sell our own products with a quick turnaround. Fourth-generation owning co dot com. Two three five four four seven four four generation on company. We got you covered. So I just discovered dazzle me dot com. It started out as the jewelry department at the home consignment center. And now they're entire jewelry collection. One of my rings. Is there as well? That's on dazzle me dot com from the big name luxury brands, and you know, which ones I'm talking about to the unique designers, the Egypt can't find anywhere else all at a fraction of the price and with free shipping. Visit Dow's elite dot com today. See what the buzz is all about. I'm going back on dazzling dot com tonight. Save.

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"brian daily" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

Big Brown Breakdown

03:58 min | 3 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Big Brown Breakdown

"I don't put all my eggs into into one basket unless I can control the ship. So I'm always fully in. I put my foot into it, but I never banked on anything working out or playing on at working out. So I don't know. I'm humbled. I appreciate it. I think you guys, but yeah, season two bigger better, faster, stronger is happening on that's coming out in two nineteen. So shot guy shot for all the fighters who made a parents on the show shot to my friends who have helped with the show, whether it's Brian, Michael Rapaport, just everyone to Chen everyone. Everyone involved appreciate you guys. And yes, season two is a comment. So. So look forward to that and well, have some more big news in regards to comedy stuff coming up soon for you guys. But yeah, that was the news and I almost forgot. We were talking about before, like you just don't. I don't know. It's hard to get you excited about these even though they're amazing things that are happening. I don't know. I have a problem with it. I've a real problem with that. I should go, go, go, go and and it's it's, it's good stuff. It's good news. It's all get stuff like I don't feel responsible for it. Like the fans of the the ones that have response for the, you know, Gabe Goodwin and Brian daily, and it's been knows like, I'm just, I'm just a. On the on the shark in the cage, man. It's the guys who make the cage at the cameras, get the boat who do all that. I'm just, you know, math. That's nice of you say. Yeah, sure. You're good chunk of Hafiz though. Yeah, I don't know, man, I don't know. I do not know, but I'm super grateful. Thank you guys for me to show what it is. I love you see on the road. I'm in LA I think that factor Thursday, Thomas to on Saturday. And then Vancouver just got announced Vancouver mail at time when me brash skim up there and fricken had to cancel it because of whatever reasons that we can be tough. And I told you, I'd make it up to you. Well, I'm making up to you and I'm there September. Thirteenth for one night only. It's a Thursday at some theater out there. Thursday Commodore bombed or ballroom, invent the couvert to eight o'clock show Thursday night, September. Thirteenth Vancouver I'm. I'm coming to you live, I owe it to you guys put on the best show. I can't for you. But before that I'm in Austin. Second through the fourth douse, the night through the length of August, that's the first week of cap cities in Austin, Texas Dallas that JFK tour. We gotta make that happen. The next show Vancouver that Seattle and of September, Philly. Just got an outs and this just got an ounce as announced this on find the kid. But. I'll tell you more about that, but that orpheum theatre Phoenix. At the all things. Comedy festival is doing. One big show you ready. It's our Shapir, Brian Cowen feel von big j or Cheson and myself, October twenty. Seventh one show only one show only and tickets. Go on sale Friday at ten AM I will post my social media, but it is THEO von Brian Cowen. Bryan Callen are shefali and big, Jay orcs in myself which do around twenty minutes one big ass show Bom Phoenix that's happening. So Austin Dallas Vancouver, see you guys soon. Fat k. for all those things through to fight collection is almost sold out so getting, why can that also t fat k. thanks for listening think yes, for making the show what it is subscribe share retreat reposed. I love you guys. I'm your host Brent shop next time. I'm out.

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"brian daily" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

02:02 min | 3 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on Now Playing - The Movie Review Podcast

"Feeling like we've been headed in a new fertile creative direction what i felt like with those first two was they found good characters they hit similar beats to try and tell people we know how star wars works and we'd they found good actors to have habit those roles but yeah after that last movie there's reason to be suspicious about the people making choices up top understand a lot of people loved that movie i mean it's polarizing i don't know whether or not that's reason to be concerned the biggest concern that i relate to that i've seen people expresses what stars have to offer new it's like we're gonna fly we're gonna blow up a giant ball that's a battle station what else can you do what other story can you tell it's an entire galaxy in this goes back to the prequels a problem with them is that lucas made that galaxy a lot smaller but what's new here how could we expand and i feel like oh we're gonna tell an early han solo story he's not a good guy he's a r row he's a criminal he's a smuggler so yeah oh we can do like a cool high stories on the at least there there's something different that we haven't seen in star wars and can we start finding something new to do in star wars well i have read about one hundred star wars expanded universe novels before they were all wiped out of continuity like shaking frigging etre sketch he no longer count i have read han solo's early adventures twice now the first were three really great books by brian daily and they weren't an origin story for hans which is they were adventures haunted shoe buckle went on in the falcon before they met luke and those were really good books and ended with han saying hey i hear there's a job at java the huts we should go try to get some money that way much like this ended and then ac crispin wrote what's considered the definitive han solo trilogy that traces him from childhood through it all hood ends with him walking into the cantina.

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"brian daily" Discussed on KPCC

KPCC

02:13 min | 3 years ago

"brian daily" Discussed on KPCC

"In and the last july had the second largest opening weekend of any film after the force awakens in two thousand and fifteen george lucas has certainly built a massive movie franchise that has continued on without him behind the camera but did you know that he's been involved in some lesserknown star wars projects to like in 1980 one when he sold the star wars radio rights to u s c and the schools public radio station k u s c for the grand some of one dollar but the radio dramas went beyond what was onscreen thanks to lucasfilm writer brian daily and the project paid off in some way star wars helped put npr on the map the nineteen eighty one radio broadcast paste on that first film saw a forty percent jump in all audience and who is responsible for putting all the puzzle pieces together while that task fell to tom vaguely who produce the star wars radio dramas for npr back when the first film was down which is now one hundred years ago as a radio ad occasion things had to be in thirteen parts so it was a quarter of the broadcasting year and that dropped him in the second film we did ten episodes in the final film just to finish the story we did six but the first ones thirteen episodes you had to take the film which was what an hour and forty five minutes or whatever and turn it into a thirteen half an hour episodes imperial space academy he used as the enough without luke looks like this paves been played a few thousand five it back a great group skywalker hero of the u purpose when he got to grow up blue you're a farm boy dislike may hand while we were lucky to get some of the film actress obviously notably mark hamill although he isn't luke skywalker in the final six episodes because they didn't want to do it anymore but mark was key marcus is a fantastic actor and he was a spectacular radio actor their certain things you do in radio that you don't do in film are in theater and he was brilliant y'all look at that third goes or never he the ship of there now are to.

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