The Magic of a Storyboard

Here’s the latest stop on the blog tour – I do a guest post over on Jill Weatherholt’s blog on the use of storyboards to conceptualize a novel. Please pop over and visit Jill’s great blog. Comments get you a chance for a free book mailed right to your door.

Jill Weatherholt

The Light Never Lies - 3-D bookcover Today I am thrilled to welcome Francis Guenette , author of The Crater Lake Series. Her novels Disappearing in Plain Sight and The Light Never Lies are set on the shore of a Northern Vancouver Island lake, rich in rural life, family dynamics, and romance.

Francis has a talent for bringing her characters to life. It’s been a long time since I’ve read a book where both the characters and the setting felt so real and alive. I was truly impressed with her writing in Disappearing in Plain Sight. Her style was sharp and vivid, grabbing my attention from the first page. I look forward to devouring The Light Never Lies.
Guenette - Storyboard overview 1
Francis is here today to explain how she utilizes a storyboard. I’m a visual person, so turning a book idea into a visual tool, with the use of a storyboard, works for me. It can help make…

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2 comments on “The Magic of a Storyboard

  1. I love your idea for a story board Francis it was very helpful thank you. The next time I attempt Nanowrimo this would be a good way to flesh out the story first.

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