Here’s the link to the Lifewriting style analysis of RJ’s story “War Artist”. We had a wonderful time. Listen, take notes, and understand the power of the Hero’s Journey to peer into the story and the process of creating story. Then take this tool into your writer’s groups, or with your writing partners. Try to stay away from how “good” the story might or might not be. Just focus on the flow of human need and experience the story presents. A writer who does this, and tells the truth, and does her research and work will automatically begin to create better stories–I promise you.
Focus on process, not product, and the product will be great. Focus on the products rather than the process and you will never master your craft.
Write with Passion!