7 techniques all fiction writers can learn from Breaking Bad

Uninspired Writers

Breaking Bad is iconic television – a show of which I was extremely late to get into. I only watched it for the first time a couple of years ago, by which point every episode was out and I was able to binge watch it. I’d assumed, for years, I’d have no interest in it. The setting, the theme of drugs, none of it added up to the kind of show I’d enjoy, and I’m not a huge television person anyway. But then my husband started watching it, while I read in the same room, and two episodes in I’d put down my book and was actively watching it with him.

So, why the blog post? This show is an absolute masterclass in storytelling, and if you haven’t seen it, I would truly urge you to give it a try. Amongst many others, I’m sure, I’m writing a post focusing…

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