If any of my friends develop an interest in writing novels or screenplays, I would definitely recommend this audio book. I read Christopher Vogler's book "The Writers Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers". Getting to hear him share some of that information was a good experience. I found Michael Hauge's information to be interesting and helpful too.
Hauge and Vogler agree on some matters but not others. The contrasting opinions add a valuable dimension.
Wood is an excellent actor. He brought the characters to life in my imagination.
He didn't just read the book. Hemagnificiently performed the material.
No. I listened to it during my work commute.
No. I've read and listened to the book.
I enjoyed his conversation approach in narrating his book. The content isn't dry. Neither is Ortner's narration.
Bernhardt shares essential information in a concise, easy to understand way. His approach is witty, encouraging and engaging. I enjoyed reading and hearing this book.
Yes. I listened to his Red Sneaker book, "Creating Character: Bring Your Story to LIfe".
Bernhardt does an excellent job in both audio books.
Bernhardt's lessons and advice for the novelist or aspiring novelist are excellent. His approach is witty, engaging and concise.
William Bernhardt is giving voice to his nonfiction book so there are no characters.
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