I was so excited to see this mini-intensive when I registered for classes for SavvyWriterCon. We live in a world with diverse individuals and some of those people live with disabilities, but they are book lovers just like the rest of us. I appreciated the content presented and walked away with new tools to help myself as an author and an author PA.
Great mini-intensive. Clear information that I could apply to my writing craft right away. I also appreciated the level of attentiveness and response in discussions from Stephanie- our instructor. I learned a lot about how to apply slow-motion to my writing and definitely plan to utilize what was shared during the class.
Miss Pelletier explained the important beats vital to a trope driven plot. How wonderful that she took suggestions from students and created a synopsis step-by-step. Really wasn't expecting to see the magic. All said and done, it was a fantastic way to spend the evening with an expert, fellow writers and learn more about our craft. Thank you for offering this lesson!
The most helpful class I've taken so far. While the information was fairly basic, it was a good reminder to use pacing in conjunction with POV to bring your reader into the story. The examples given were helpful and Stephanie answered everyone's questions promptly and thoughtfully.
A lot of good information to unpack and chew on. Probably will take me a while and then I won't be able to ask questions.
I do agree with another student that it would have been helpful if we knew ahead of time to have loglines ready to post. With all the issues just getting into the class (Saturday lockout), I never got to post. :-(
This workshop was definitely eye-opening. I had quite a bit of trouble with techy computer stuff, but that's pretty typical for me. I struggled through and learned a whole bunch. Leslie was very patient and helpful thoughout the entire session. I'm hoping to put into practice some of the things I learned. Thanks for a great workshop.