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Latest Reviews

  1. SueZenker
    SueZenker
    5/5,
    Excellent material with tips on making likable and unique characters. LC always answers questions generously and even gave feedback on a character description I wrote. I recommend any and every course she teaches.
  2. Denny Side
    Denny Side
    5/5,
    The class was informative and interesting. The lectures (discussions) taught me a lot. The exercises helped me so much!
  3. DiDi Hendley
  4. elledge8-earthlink.net
    elledge8-earthlink.net
    5/5,
    Great class. Lots of information that I used
    to finally realize what my mystery is really
    about.
    Gwynne
  5. elledge8-earthlink.net
    elledge8-earthlink.net
    5/5,
    Wonderful class and instructor. I'll be back for Villains
    and the others on her schedule this year. Love you,
    Becky. Thanks for the help and encouragement.

    Gwynne
  6. Julia Mozingo
    Julia Mozingo
    4/5,
    The information shared was excellent. I really wanted to rate this class a 5. Two reasons I didn't - 1) the lesson number on the files didn't match the lesson number inside the file, which became confusing at times; and 2) Questions were not answered in a timely fashion, possibly not at all. However, the problems with the savvy site could have affected the latter concern. I WILL take more classes with the instructor.
  7. J.D. Faver
    J.D. Faver
    5/5,
    I'm so excited about this class. Can't wait. It's easy to sign up and even better to get an early discount. <grin!>
  8. elledge8-earthlink.net
    elledge8-earthlink.net
    5/5,
    Very informative and helpful class. And June is a great teacher, as always.
    I wasn't able to participate as I would have liked, but I'll use the lessons to
    practice Tarot.
  9. Kristie Wolf
    Kristie Wolf
    4/5,
    Very informative. Will be helpful with my WIP about a bio-terrorism threat. Thank you.
  10. Julia Mozingo
    Julia Mozingo
    5/5,
    Great class! Ideas and strategies well researched and documented. Lots of useful information. All in all, fabulous! Thank you, Instructor June Diehl!
  11. Karen Burns70b
    Karen Burns70b
    4/5,
    The information was great. It will be a good resource down the road.
  12. Mary Johnson
    Mary Johnson
    1/5,
    I have no idea how the class went because your email instructions were a disorganized mess, the website no better. I was never able to log on, even though I tried for at least ten minutes. When I asked for help, the same confusing emails were sent again. It's hard to believe someone who claims to be an author actually "wrote" the emails. One of the first rules of writing is to strive for clarity. Logging on for a webinar should be super simple. I have successfully done other online classes, but this debacle doesn't make me anxious to try again with Savvyauthors.
  13. KittRose
  14. David Reed
    David Reed
    4/5,
    Although I wasn't able to participate in the class (the fault is all my own), it was a fine refresher course for me to review later.
  15. SueZenker
    SueZenker
    5/5,
    Excellent, very advanced college-level class. Lisa is spectacular--very knowledgeable--and she makes you work hard. You'll need to buy the specific textbook she uses to benefit the most, and you'll need to read the short stories several times. But the best part is that you will write fresh material, and Lisa and the group will give you feedback on how to make your POV more like that in the story studied. There is way more to POV than simply sticking in a first-person or a third-person narrator. Is your narrator an eavesdropper? Is he a liar? Is he imparting memoir? Why is the narrator fascinated by the story he is telling? You'll learn very specific narrative styles that you can experiment with and include in your writer's toolbox in years to come. This course will also make you a better reader, too. Thank you, Lisa. "See you" again at Savvyauthors.com soon.
  16. Blaine D. Arden
    Blaine D. Arden
    5/5,
    The information given on the subject was very helpful and interesting.
    Also, the detail of attention giving to answering our questions is more than appreciated :) would gladly attend a class/lecture from Geoff again.
  17. Lizzy Easton
    Lizzy Easton
    5/5,
    Robin was everything I expected in a mentor. I found all her suggestions/comments most helpful. I would certainly do another workshop with her.
    The big let-down for me was working on the site. I think the attendees see different screens to the admins who are working in them all the time and give the screens different names to what appears on the actual page from our end. A map of what page leads to what screen etc. may be helpful but I'm no techie so don't know what can be done.
    Thanks.
  18. margaretperry839-msn.com
  19. April Dangerfield
    April Dangerfield
    3/5,
    The information and author were both great, but it was really hard to understand him due to all the audio issues that were making it staticy and cut out constantly. So my rating number is based on that.
  20. J.D. Faver
    J.D. Faver
    1/5,
    I was very disappointed in this webinar. It was obvious that Mr. Sartor didn't prepare at all and just sat down to wing it. Despite the audio issues, I hung in hoping he would say something worth my time, but exited after about 20 minutes of the actual webinar. It's a shame he didn't bother to prepare slides for the presentation. It's a webinar, after all. Visual??? Sad that he couldn't come through when someone asked him to give an example of how to write a description without a cliche...very sad. I attended a webinar earlier presented by RWAU and it was phenomenal. Perhaps it was just that this followed, but I would encourage this man to work on his presentation. If he actually had any points to make, perhaps getting them organized into visuals would vastly improve his demonstration. Sorry to be so harsh, but I couldn't find any point in the notes I took. Just needs to prepare and not think his audience is made up of total idiots. Waste of time. :(