You’ve heard of the hero’s journey in story structure. Tune in to learn how the hero’s journey applies to our personal lives. Stick around for Part One Of the Hero’s Journey for Writers
Welcome to Your Best Writing Life, an extension of the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference held in the beautiful Blue Ridge Mts of NC. I’m your host Linda Goldfarb. I’m so glad you’re listening in. Today– Part one in The Writer’s Personal Hero’s Journey - Overview of Hero’s Journey and Personal Application
My industry expert is A.E. Jackson writes uncanny speculative fiction for your enjoyment. He believes there are malevolent forces, just below the surface, tugging us all down. He knows another force, more benevolent than we deserve, works to keep us buoyant. He reads Ray Bradbury, Shirley Jackson, Roald Dahl, Stephen King, Paulo Coelho, Richard Matheson, H.P. Lovecraft, and Richard Bach. He lives in Delaware and is married with two children.
Andrew, welcome to Your Best Writing Life!
The Hero's Journey Story Structure in deep detail.
Overview of how the Hero's Journey can apply to our personal life.
A.E. (Andrew) Jackson
Grab your Personal Hero's Journey Plan
The Hero with A Thousand Faces by Joseph Campbell
The Writer's Journey: Mythic Structure for Writers by Christopher Vogler
Stealing Fire From The Gods by James Bonnet
Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor Frankl
Storyline: Finding Your Subplot in God's Story by Donald Miller
The Dream Giver by Bruce Wilkinson
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About your host - Linda Goldfarb
Besides hosting Your Best Writing Life, Linda Goldfarb is a multi-published award-winning author, audiobook narrator, international speaker, board-certified Christian life coach, co-owner, co-founder of the LINKED® Personality System, and co-author of the LINKED® Quick Guide to Personality series. Linda also hosts the