Posted by Joleene Moody

We want strangers to care.

Maybe not when we're out picking up milk or driving to work on any given day, no. We tend to be too wrapped up in our own selves during those times to care about what others are pondering.

But when we're writing about milk or driving, we want complete strangers to be emotionally invested in our story. We want them to understand every move our characters make.

 

Creating an Emotional Investment With Your Audience

 

Erik Bork, best known for his work on HBO's Band of Brothers, is also a Stage 32 member and blog contributor. But this post comes directly from his own blog, Flying Wrestler, and digs deep into emotion, why we want strangers to care, and what we can do to make it so.

Read The Full Post Here:

It's About Emotion

 


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