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Summary

Prolific children's author Caroline Lawrence tells Sophia about how John Truby helped her get off to a stellar start with her 'Roman Mysteries' series, and shares some inspiring writing tips from her new book, 'How to Write a Great Story'.

Full show notes available here: https://www.prepublished.net/episodes/nancy-drew-in-ancient-rome

Show Notes

Caroline is the writer of over 30 books for children, including the series: 'The Roman Mysteries', 'The Roman Quests', 'The Time Travel Diaries' and 'The PK Pinkerton Mysteries'.

Thanks as always to Christopher Pett for production and editing.

Links to resources:

Caroline’s website: https://carolinelawrence.com/

'How to Write a Great Story' by Caroline Lawrence: https://carolinelawrence.com/how-to-write-a-great-story/

John Truby 'Anatomy of Story' course: https://truby.com/the-anatomy-of-story/

'Save the Cat' by Blake Snyder
Website:  https://www.savethecat.com
Book: https://store.savethecat.com/collections/save-the-cat-books/products/save-the-cat-the-last-book-on-screenwriting-youll-ever-need

Russell T. Davies on Desert Island Discs: https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m0009zlq

'Drawing on the Right Side of the Brain' by Betty Edwards: https://www.drawright.com

'The Artist’s Way' by Julia Cameron: https://juliacameronlive.com/the-artists-way/

'Jupiter’s Travels' by Ted Simon: https://jupitalia.com

WritePro by Sol Stein : https://www.writepro.com

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