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Classes Starting the Week of Oct 7 & 14

Starting the Week of October 7 How to Avoid the Pitfalls of Writing with L.C. Hayden  Create Great Villains & Villainess with Pamela Jaye Smith  The Joys of Being a Pantser, AKA Anti-Plotting with Ruth Kaufman  How to Not Only Survive but Thrive During NaNoWriMo with Irene Roth  Starting the Week of October 14 Take Readers Time …
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Classes Starting the Week of Sept. 30 & Oct 7

Starting the Week of September 30 Beyond Filing off the Serial Numbers: How to Adapt your Fanfic into an Original Story with JoSelle Vanderhooft Search and Rescue with Paris Wynters  Write and Publish a Short Nonfiction Book in 30 Days or Less with Terri Main  Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week WordWonders: Irene …
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Classes Starting the Week of Sept. 23 & 30

Starting the Week of September 23 Remarkable Characters with Kris Kennedy  DIY Author Website in WordPress with Lisa Latte  Worldbuilding Wizardry with Pat Hauldren  Starting the Week of September 30 Beyond Filing off the Serial Numbers: How to Adapt your Fanfic into an Original Story with JoSelle Vanderhooft Search and Rescue with Paris Wynters  Write and Publish …
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Adding Humor to Our Books with Ally Broadfield

Sociologists, anthropologists, and biologists believe that the ability of humans to laugh serves two essential life functions: to lessen tension and anxiety, and to help us bond with others. Both of these are compelling reasons to incorporate humor into your writing. As writers, one of our primary goals is to make an emotional connection with …