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Craft Brainstorming to Revision: Create an erotic romance with NY-Times best-selling author Angela Knight

Techniques, tips and tricks used by this successful author when she creates her best-sellers!

  1. Angela Knight
    New this year at SavvyAuthors!:
    • New!!
    Level:
    Mixed
    Basic and Premium Members Prices:
    Premium Members $30/Basic members $40
    Category:
    • Characters
    • Description/Setting
    • Editing
    • Dialog
    • Structure
    • Erotica
    • GMC
    • Plotting
    • POV
    • Worldbuilding
    Learn the process and techniques used by New York Times bestselling author Angela Knight to turnout topnotch manuscripts.
    Angela will show you how to:
    1. Go from brainstorming to deciding what kind of story to write and which publisher to target,
    2. Design the perfect hero and heroine complete with conflicts—inner, external, and romantic,
    3. Plot engaging beginnings, avoid muddled middles, and satisfying climaxes,
    4. Rewrite and apply proper grammar.
    This class is designed to help new authors understand the fundamentals of writing romance, while giving more experienced writers ideas about how to move through the creative process quicker.
    Syllabus:
    Topics include:
    • Brainstorming the initial idea
    • How to decide what kind of story to write
    • How long it will be
    • Which publisher to target it to
    • Designing the hero and heroine, along with conflicts, inner, external and romantic.
    She will also discuss brainstorming the plot and the paranormal world; beginnings, middles and climaxes; rewriting and grammar; and novels vs. short fiction, and how to tell what length story you actually have.