Stories are Made From Knowledge Gaps and Subtext

(Critical Knowledge from the Premium Content)

Knowledge gaps are the substance of story. EVERY story. In every medium at any time in history. Every story. Including yours.

So here's the initial introduction to knowledge gaps and how they work, and how knowledge gaps can be used to generate subtext, and therefore create grip and engagement for your reader. 

I hope you love it! 

David 

Take the Test - Are You an Author?

Please answer Yes or No to the following questions: 

Author

Would you like: 

  • To hold a book in your hands with your name on it?

  • To walk through an airport and see your book and your name on the bookshelves? 

  • To walk along a beach and see someone reading your book? 
  • To make money through booksales the world over in your sleep?

  • To get up in the morning and hug yourself, because you don't have to go to work. All you have to do is write? 

If you answered 'Are you joking?! Yes, yes, yes, yes and YES!!!!' then it may be that you really really want to be an author. 

The best possible cure for this condition is to become an actual author. To begin your journey, click below: The Seven Habits of Writers Who Get Published. 

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Testimonials

Kerri Cuevas. Author
Kerri Cuevas Author 'Deadly Kisses'
Receiving a publishing deal was a dream turned reality. In my acknowledgement page is written: David Baboulene: I did it, and you are a heck of a teacher!
Askham
Steve Askham Author 'Life's a Peach! A Farmer Sutra of the Fruit Trade'
Meeting with David was an epiphany for me. It took me a month to fully grasp David´s advice, but it did sink in and when I started to write again, I just felt so FREE and infinitely more creative. My book is now complete, and I am so, so proud of it. I am sitting here looking at two contracts to publish, both from reputable and well-known publishing houses and with more potential offers due in shortly.
Helena
Helena Charlton-Jones Winner: Lucy Scher Award
David has a (genuinely) unique understanding of story combined with a masterful ability to help break it down. His wisdom and advice were invaluable in my success, and I have learnt so much from him that I will continue to apply throughout my career. Thank you, David!