Episode: How To Write Comics That Engage Your Audience :: PWP #19

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How To Write Comics That Engage Your Audience :: PWP #19

lord_of_the_rings_the_fellowship_of_the_ring_ver1_xlg-300x276In this episode, listen to Lora and Chris discuss the biggest problem in comics.

More importantly, they provide a series of tips that will help you write comics that engage your audience.

…and discover Chris’s favorite writing resource!

Episode Highlights:

  • What makes an compelling character.
  • How to keep the middle of your story interesting.
  • What you can do to improve your writing today.
  • How to bring focus to your plot.
  • What makes a reader buy into your story.

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