22 Rules to Phenomenal Story Telling

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Pixar recently shared their 22 Rules to Phenomenal Story Telling and PBJ Publishing was nice enough to take them and turn them into this great infographic.  It’s no secret that in movies today, Pixar as a company is leading the pack with some of the best movies since they began with “Toy Story”.  Forget that they do animated films that are geared towards kids; I know more adults that look forward to the newest Pixar film as much or more than their children.  Heck, even critics who wanted to find something wrong with “Brave” this year could only really say that it was great, just not as great as “Wall-E” or “Toy Story 3”.

I thought that as avid readers yourselves you would enjoy these rules because it’s fun to give a reason as to why some stories might fail.  And, as many of you are undoubtedly secret or not-so-secret wannabe writers, it cannot hurt to emulate a bit of what Pixar has done.

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6 thoughts on “22 Rules to Phenomenal Story Telling

    thebloggerssoliloquy said:
    February 11, 2013 at 9:55 PM

    Great stuff! Thanks for putting this up, alright if I reblog this,?

      Marisa responded:
      February 11, 2013 at 10:07 PM

      Of course! We love sharing!

        thebloggerssoliloquy said:
        February 11, 2013 at 10:41 PM

        Thanks

    thebloggerssoliloquy said:
    February 11, 2013 at 11:09 PM

    Reblogged this on thebloggerssoliloquy and commented:
    Here’s a post originally blogged by Breathing Fiction that’s fun to read, and provides us writers with 22 rules to consider during our story telling.

    My Bloggy Woggy said:
    February 12, 2013 at 12:50 AM

    Really fantastic advise, I love it!

    Friday Link Love, writing edition - The Deliberate Reader said:
    February 22, 2013 at 12:01 PM

    […] 22 Rules to Phenomenal Story-Telling. Rules by Pixar, infographic by PBJ Publishing. […]

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