THE PULL:
ENGAGE YOUR AUDIENCE

Would you like your stories to instantly draw people in, keep them breathless and on the edge of their seats, wondering what’s going to happen next?

What’s Inside:

If you ask me, what’s the most important quality in a screenplay, or in any other kind of story – I’ll probably tell you that a story must contain a moral lesson that will empower people to live better lives.

But the next most important characteristic I value in well-told stories is that from the very first opening word or image a story is designed in such a way that anyone who comes in contact with that story wants to find out what happens next.

You must not force your story upon the audience; instead, you should organize the story in such a way that your audience passionately wants to read the next page, see the next scene – and that dynamic should continue and build up all the way to the very end of your story, and even past the ending!

Introducing The Pull: The magical magnetic phenomenon that draws your audience into the story – stronger and stronger with every moment.

The document that you’re about to download describes every factor that can create The Pull in a story. Use this document to brainstorm ways to increase The Pull in your current work in project – and apply what you learn from it to all your future screenplays!

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