Your Novel's BluePrint with Expert Author Beth Daniels

Plot-Structure-GMC Your Novel's BluePrint with Expert Author Beth Daniels

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FREE for Premium Members / $40 for Basic Members
(but your $40 will be applied to your Premium Membership)

*** This mentor is full. Please email [email protected] to be put on the waitlist. ***
  1. Characters
  2. Structure
  3. GMC
  4. Plotting
  5. Critique
$5 off Early Registration Coupon-expires 1 week before class starts
Ask a veteran author about the importance of creating a strong and cohesive plot with a solid GMC and they'll tell you it's key to sustaining a long and rewarding publishing career. Don't let your book fall into an agent or editor's the slush pile with a weak plot and unmotivated characters. Keep your book's plot rolling along with strong characters with equally strong goals, motivations, and conflicts. Don't become a casualty of the dreaded slush pile.

Start writing your novel with a solid road map before starting to write it and make it the best book that it can be. Learn how to avoid the slush pile from the start by working with not only an experienced author but also a seasoned and well-loved SavvyAuthors instructor. Prepare Your Novel's BluePrint in this four-week online plotting event. Cut out the bad before you start!

Genres: historical romance, urban fantasy, Steampunk or dieselpunk, contemporary romantic-suspense, and mystery elements in historical romance, urban fantasy, Steampunk or dieselpunk.

*** This event has limited registration, so act fast to grab YOUR spot. ***
Craft and complete a beat sheet and a GMC with feedback from a seasoned author.
  • Build strong characters by creating a strong GMC (goal, motivation, and conflict).
  • Build a completed beat sheet.
  • Get ready to write that book!
Beth Daniels
Start date
May 4, 2020 at 9:00 AM
End date
May 31, 2020 at 12:00 AM
Registration end date
May 4, 2020 at 12:00 AM
5.00 star(s) 26 ratings

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This was a great class with Beth. It helped to push me to think deeper about my book and moved me beyond my stuck points.