The only Save the Cat! book on audio! This is the unabridged audiobook, which runs six hours and three minutes and includes a PDF of supplementary material. The book is read by MacLeod Andrews and was produced and directed by Arthur G. Insana.
Blake Snyder, author of Save the Cat! and Save the Cat! Goes to the Movies, has delivered the audiobook countless readers and students have clamored for. Inspired by questions from his workshops, lectures, and emails, Blake listened to you and provides new tips, tactics, and techniques to solve your writing problems and create stories that resonate:
The seven warning signs that you might have a great idea - or not
Two surefire templates for can't-miss loglines
The difference between structure and formula
The Transformation Machine that allows you to track your hero's growth step by step
The five questions to keep your story's spine straight
The Five-Point Finale to finish any story
The Save the Cat!® Greenlight Checklist that gets to the heart of every development issue
The right way to hear notes, deal with problematic producers, and dive in to the rewrite with the right attitude
Why and when an agent will appear
How to discover the potential for greatness in any story
How to avoid panic, doubt, and self-recrimination...and what it takes to succeed and dare to achieve your dreams
Get ready to face trouble like a pro...and strike back!
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The Thrill of the Creative!
- Gillian "SciFi/Fantasy and Classics to History, Adventure and Memoirs to Social Commentary—I love and listen to it all!"
A great addition to my library
Blake Snyder of course knew his stuff and Macleod Andrews is the man when it comes to the narration. I just hope that the other two books are in production.
I have and he's top notch with everything that he does. I especially love the reckoning series.
This is a great way to learn or be refreshed with the STC method. It continues to surprise me how accurate it is.
- Kurt Petrey "I love to listen to audiobooks. My favorite genre's would be Sci-fi and Fantasy."