Getting the ‘Send It!’—Perfecting Your First Five Pages with Fleur Bradley

Craft Getting the ‘Send It!’—Perfecting Your First Five Pages with Fleur Bradley

Level
Mixed
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Category
Business, Characters, Description/Setting, Editing, Structure, Critique
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SENDITBRADLEY
When submitting to agents, you often get to include five sample pages with your query. This workshop will teach you how to get those pages to shine, from character introduction, conflict, voice and formatting—to ensure that agents will want to read more. Instructor will provide feedback on query and first five pages of attendees (if desired).
Outline
This two-week course will cover:

Lesson 1: Introducing Your Protagonist and Setting
Lesson 2: Establishing Conflict
Lesson 3: Riveting Endings
Lesson 4: Final Checklist and Formatting Instructor will critique your first five pages if desired
Author
F.T. Bradley
Start date
May 11, 2020 at 9:00 AM
End date
May 24, 2020 at 1:00 AM
Registration end date
May 13, 2020 at 1:00 AM
Rating
5.00 star(s) 9 ratings

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The lessons and homework assignment feedback were invaluable and useful to boost one's confidence and chance of success when submitting to an editor or author. I'm pleased I took this class and recommend it.
The class was well structured and informative. I liked the format and the exercises were very helpful. I would definitely recommend the class to anyone who's looking to polish up their first five pages!
Fleur provides great feedback and took time to answer all questions. The exercises in the class helped me learn how to strengthen the first five pages in my manuscript.
Fleur Bradley is AWESOME! Her suggestion inspired me to change several beloved scenes. A better story came out and with it a perfect 5 pages and query all set for when the WIP is finished.
I LOOOOVE the scenes I wrote for the 18-month-old child. They are my favorite now.