At RootsTech 2018, my writing partner Rachel Trotter and I taught a class on the easiest video tools, especially featuring Animoto and Adobe Spark. It
Have you ever wondered how the Ogden-Hinckley Airport and Hinckley Drive got their name? Plenty of locals assume they are tied to Gordon B. Hinckley, but they
While teaching a class in California, a man told me about the time he almost died and what changed after. This was in response to
I remember asking my boss for help a couple years ago and it prompted me to write in my journal, “My younger self wouldn’t have
This article explains the basics of story structure using The Sound of Music as the main example, followed by a short personal example, and ending
If there is one technique that has helped me more than anything to be a better writer and it is this: learning how to storyboard.
You may not have heard of Natalia Lafourcade…yet. We predict you will, though. She performed at the Academy Awards the night after she delivered a
I use Dragon Naturally Speaking voice recognition software for transcribing audio a lot. (Actually Dragon for Mac, but have used the PC version too). What I did
I haven’t written many articles lately because in addition to finishing storytelling projects for clients—which is how I make my living—I have been intensively noodling
This story began for me a year and a half ago when I first discovered that my fourth-great grandfather, Isaac Behunin, named Zion National Park.