Just a quick heads' up for those who are interested! I'll be teaching a workshop on Writing Powerhouse Scenes at Savvy Authors in January.
Today's market requires that writers keep scenes immediate so readers can be "in the moment" with the characters in your book. Yet writing scenes that happen in the moment is often difficult to do. Too often, we end up with scenes in which there's a delay between the action and the page, or with scenes in which the author resorts to "telling" to explain what just happened.
In this workshop we'll talk about enhancing scene structure using its basic elements of goal, conflict and disaster in various ways that will keep the reader on the same page as the characters all the way through. The discussions and personalized feedback on your own work-in-progress will help you build powerhouse scenes that never leave the reader (or the editor) feeling left out -- even for a second!
|WHEN:||Jan 3, 2011 - Jan 31, 2011|
|COST:||$15 for Premium Members|
$25 for Basic Members
For more information or to register, click here to visit Savvy Authors
from the blog On My Mind Today