At some point, you probably read a novel and thought, “I can do this. Actually, I can do this better.”
So you came up with an idea that nobody wrote about yet. That idea swelled to the point your head would explode if it wasn’t unleashed – and you started writing your story because no one else could.
You dreamed it would connect with people.
But one day you got stuck staring at a blank screen or wondering how to connect your ideas and chapters.
Maybe you just got frustrated reading the words you left on the page.
Well, it turns out that writing a novel can be a real pain in the azz.
Hello there, I’m David, and I help novelists craft stories that connect with readers.
Also, I roar in my sleep.
And my growling wakes up my wife so I ask her what animal I sound like.
She says a lion — then a tiger — wait, now I’m a cub.
She giggles, she laughs.
At me, and with – but that’s okay because I know I’m a strange one…
* End frowned upon semi-dream sequence *
I’m strange with eyes wide open, too. I just conceal it much of the time.
Maybe that’s why I love to write. I’m more open with my keyboard, and I permit my strangeness to illuminate the page.
You’re a writer like me so I’m thinking you’re different, too.
If so, thank goodness because that means you’re unique.
Your uniqueness helps you create a story no other writer can duplicate. And a one-of-a-kind story has the ability to connect with people.
It can inspire them.
It may change them.
It must entertain them.
But before you can inspire, change, and entertain people, you must transport your imagination onto the page.
Assuming you’re open to a new perspective, I will help you finish your one-of-a-kind story.
Here’s where I share the storytelling elements and principles that I’ve discovered such as:
- The Storytelling Blueprint (the story/plot/scene structure living inside best-selling novels & blockbuster screenplays)
- How to Find Your Writing Voice Without a Single Keystroke
- 3 Ways to Create a Villain (That Audiences Want & Heroes Need)
- The Simple Secret to Engaging Readers on Page One
Quite often, I also offer my narrative on life.
My goal is to help you write “The End” – but my deeper dream is to help you become lucid to the story of your life.
I invite you to remain, and #BeAmongTheLucid.
David Villalva (Vee-yahl-vah)
Lucid Storyteller (Self-proclaimed)
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