Would you like a proven way of telling better stories, ones that readers remember long after they put your work down?
Well, you don’t need to sell your soul to do it either. Instead, use the Hero’s Journey to master the art of storytelling.
It’s a narrative pattern storytellers behind popular dramas, stories, myths, legends and even religious rituals use.
In the 1949 book The Hero With a Thousand Faces, scholar Joseph writes about the Hero’s Journey:
“The usual hero adventure begins with someone from whom something has been taken, or who feels there is something lacking in the normal experience available or permitted to the members of society.”