The Unseen–Valuable–Assets Within A Story

When you develop a story, you create additional assets that can be leveraged differently. Scenes can become illustrations or artwork that support the story. Locations can become settings and maps that help engage the reader. It’s not always possible to get them into the original publication. Still, you can use them to supplement the story(ies), which aids in discoverability and in attracting new readers.

We break down stories to identify those sometimes unseen—yet valuable—opportunities to leverage and enhance story value.