Learning Storytelling From The Master Joseph Campbell

Listening to The Power of Myth on Scribd.

https://www.scribd.com/audiobook/237960478

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Keep These Elements to Guide You As You Write

Problem, purpose, conflict, goal. Use them. Think about them while you are in the planning phase of your novel; keep these elements at the back of your mind to guide you while you write. When you have written a scene, make sure they are all there, or that if one or another is missing, it is intentional and the effect is what you want.
— Phyllis A. Whitney, Japanese-born American writer.

Source: Goodreads.com. (2019). Phyllis A. Whitney Quotes (Author of Hunter’s Green). [online] Available at: https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/151920.Phyllis_A_Whitney [Accessed 9 Sep. 2019].

Learn Your Craft

YOU MUST WANT TO ENOUGH. ENOUGH TO TAKE ALL THE REJECTIONS, ENOUGH TO PAY THE PRICE OF DISAPPOINTMENT AND DISCOURAGEMENT WHILE YOU ARE LEARNING. LIKE ANY OTHER ARTIST YOU MUST LEARN YOUR CRAFT—THEN YOU CAN ADD ALL THE GENIUS YOU LIKE.
— Phyllis A. Whitney, Japanese-born American writer.

Source: Goodreads.com. (2019). Phyllis A. Whitney Quotes (Author of Hunter’s Green). [online] Available at: https://www.goodreads.com/author/quotes/151920.Phyllis_A_Whitney [Accessed 9 Sep. 2019].