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Testimonials From StoryCoach Clients
I loved working with Kristina and StoryCoach. Her notes were spot on. Her reassurance was the extra boost I needed…
Skinner Myers, Author & Film Maker
Kristina was the first editor who was genuinely invested in my book, and I recommend her services above all others.
Veronica Ventura, Author
Kristina’s approach to editing has improved the flow and quality of my story beyond measure.
Charles Oakley, Author
Kristina pointed out where things didn't work and gave helpful suggestions. I wouldn't hesitate to use Kristina's editing skills again.
Shirley Arnham, Author
The Egnimatic Door
I got good value for money... Improvements were mainly in character arc, missing ingredients in scene structure, and potential reader…
Iain Stewart, Author
Knights of the Air
Fictionary has been amazing in helping me edit the scenes and plot of my latest work in progress! The streamlining…
Alva Eriksson, Author
Kristina's insights were so valuable and Fictionary has helped me turn my draft into a polished piece.
Ellen Kirkpatrick, Author
What You Get From a Fictionary StoryCoach
StoryCoach provides a brand new way to visualize your story and finish your novel. Along with a summary letter, you'll get a complete package of editorial advice.
- 38 Fictionary Story Elements Evaluated
- Editorial Notes per Scene
- Track Changes and Inline Comments
- Tailored Writing Advice
Scene Closing Type
Avoid boring your reader with repetitive closing types.
Leaving your reader adrift is never a good idea. The start of a new scene means point of view has changed, the setting has changed, or the time has changed, hence every scene must be anchored.
Weather can set the mood in a scene. You can use it to create tension or conflict.
38 Fictionary Story Elements
Story Elements are the key to a comprehensive edit. Based on extensive research, we've chosen the most important story elements needed to tell a powerful story.