Our challenge: To create thematic concepts that can be laid on top of any fandom.
-Series bibles and style guides -Character creation and keeping track -Weaving major events into your narrative -Project organization -Crossover V Fusion -Chaptering and pacing in your narrative -Artificial pace and gimmicks -Decision trees and zero draft
Your character roster depends on the structure of your work -- be it novel, novella, or episode series.
Margaret asked: How do you separate a complete whole into smaller parts and how do you know where to cut it at?
Tonight we're going to talk about the Hannibal Lector--the TV show, books, movies, & the cannibalism are all potential topics. Also, Hannigram 'cause we ship it like whoa.
Questions and answers about plotting, characterization, and time management.
Defining your characters wants and needs is the heart of determining their goals, motivations, and conflicts.
Tony DiNozzo and Ian Edgerton and the various ways they could come together. Plus - we went off on a Hannibal tangent near the end. Listen to it, we're hilarious and also, Hannibal might eat your face if you don't.
Canon characterization, fanon interpretations and the journey to redemption.