Do you want to master the art of writing a fiction novel? If you're a writer, this is the one-day workshop for you!
May 5, 2007
This in-depth workshop will teach you how to use characterization to plot your novel. Learn how to build your story by identifying personality traits, motivations, goals and conflicts within and between your characters. Bring a story idea with you: new, underway, or completed, and presenters Jill Limber and Teresa Carpenter will use their boot camp techniques to help you develop and/or improve your plot.
Jill Limber, President of Romance Writers of America, also will give participants an overview of the current state of the Romance Publishing Industry and Romance Writers of America (RWA): The Organization.
Romance Writers of America (RWA) is a 9,500-member national association of professional writers, editors and literary agents dedicated to advancing the professional interests of career-focused romance writers through networking and advocacy. Romance fiction represents $1.2 billion in sales each year, and 54.9% of all popular mass-market fiction sold. For more information on RWA go to www.rwanational.org.
For more information about this terrific workshop, go to www.tucsonrwa.org.
"Spend your energy searching for solutions, not excuses." ~David Cottrell