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  1. LC Hayden

    Craft Yes, You CAN Craft a Novel in 90 Days (or less) with bestselling author L.C. Hayden

    Want to pump out a well structured manuscript in less than 90 days? L.C. Hayden wants to share her first-draft blueprint with YOU. In this two-week workshop she will guide you through a series of exercises so that after you finish the workshop you can write, write, write! The importance of...
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    Craft Crafting a Page Turner with Steve Shrott

    Writing a book is a hard work, but writing a page-turner is even harder. Steve will teach the secrets that authors who write thrillers use to grab the reader from the opening sentence until the end. This workshop will show you, How to grab your reader from the opening paragraph The three...
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    Craft Mentoring and Coaching with Editorial Director and Author June Diehl

    Are you seeking a coach and mentor who listens? Doesn't squash your writing style? And who provides positive, constructive feedback to meet your goals? As a certified coach with a background in education and over a decade of working with writers, my goal is to offer you an individualized...
  4. Sunny Irene Roth

    Genre How to Write a Romance Novel with Irene Roth

    Do you read romance novels? Do you find a real affinity in the story lines? Do you find that cozy romances provide a wonderful escape for you, even when you life seems a bit in tatters? Do you love Hallmark movies? If you answered any of the above questions in the affirmative, you have come to...
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    Writing Life Where Craft & Marketing Collide with Deb Riley-Magnus

    If you plan your marketing WHILE you are writing your book, you’ll be light-years ahead of the game! I’m not talking about setting up accounts geared toward your book’s unique hooks early … I’m talking about building powerful unique hooks INTO your book! · Exactly who are you writing for...
  6. Peter Andrews

    Craft Novel in a Month with Peter Andrews

    Committing yourself to writing a novel in a month can help you build good habits, clarify your dedication to writing, and rediscover the joy of storytelling. It may even catalyze the creation of a wonderful book. Learn how to get the most out of this Ironman event of writing (completing a...
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    Character From Zero to Hero: Archetypes for Character Development with Johanna DeBiase

    Your story surely has a protagonist, the hero of the story, but does it also have a mentor, ally, herald, trickster, shapeshifter, guardian or shadow? Who would Bilbo be without his mentor, Gandolf? Harry Potter without his shadow, Lord Voldemort? Scout without her ally, Jem? And is your hero...
  8. Romy Sommer

    Craft The Writer's Voice by Romy Sommer

    What is writing voice, and how can we develop our own? It's almost impossible to teach someone voice, but in this workshop we'll do fun exercises to develop and discover our unique voices, and understand why voice is so crucial in attracting agents, editors and readers to our work.
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    Craft What Your Editor Wishes You Knew with Clare Wood

    This class will teach writers how to spot and six of the most common writing issues that a freelance editor sees. They include passive voice (or get a little action in your verbs), telling not showing (or then he went there and he did that and he came back), conversation tags (or what's wrong...
  10. Kristin Molnar

    Character Revising Secondary Characters with K.L. Lord

    This workshop helps writers identify common archetypes of secondary characters, how they impact the story, weaknesses in those characters, and discusses several methods by which the weak secondary characters may be revised. Secondary characters serve several important purposes in fiction...
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    Craft Tap into Mind-Mapping to Unlock Your Creativity and Expand Your Stories with June Diehl

    Are your stories sounding kind of similar? Do you find yourself gravitating to the same hunky hero and tough but sweet heroine? We all do it, we find something that works and stick with it. And that can be great, for awhile. Nobody wants to read the same plot or the same characters. Naturally...
  12. Peter Andrews

    Craft Story Bootcamp with Peter Andrews

    Start fast! Keep it humming. End with authority. Polish, correct, and tighten the prose. Learn how to rewrite your story, whether fiction or nonfiction, so it entices, captivates, and delights readers. This course will explore the dimensions of your story and push them to the limits so you get...
  13. Lisa J MacDonald

    Craft Writing with the Masters: Building Your Writing Toolbox Kit with Lisa J. MacDonald

    Are you tired of sounding the same in your writing? Do you wish you could create a different effect in your writing but you are not sure you have the right skills to get the effect that you want? In this highly interactive workshop we are going to learn how to write from some of the most...
  14. Gloria Ng

    Intros & Newbies YA Fantasy

    Thanks to Deb Mc for referring me here. Hoping to break into the YA Fantasy genre this year. Would love to find some online courses/resources on improving craft/plotting/etc. Any recommendations are welcome and much appreciated! Thanks, Gloria
  15. Kris

    Craft Remarkable Characters with Kris Kennedy

    Forget making your characters 'sympathetic.' Make them remarkable. How many times have we heard the advice: "Make your character 'sympathetic.'" Or scarier yet, 'relatable.' But maybe that’s not what you need... When you start focusing on making your heroes and heroines sympathetic...
  16. Ally Broadfield

    Craft Incorporating Humor into Your Writing with Ally Broadfield

    Humor is a part of our everyday lives. It can inspire hope, relieve tension, and help connect us to one another. Learning to use humor effectively will enhance your work and may even boost your creativity by challenging you to approach your craft in a new way. Even if your subject matter is...
  17. Becky Martinez

    Craft Let’s Write a Story with Becky Martinez

    Once you have a plot and characters you should be all set to write that next best seller, right? Wrong! A boring beginning or a flat ending can leave your readers throwing the book at the wall or eager to write up a nasty review. Writing a book that can have readers eagerly awaiting your next...
  18. Becky Martinez

    Craft Making Your Characters Real with Becky Martinez

    Great characters are the foundation of any good story. Learn how to bring your characters to life with one of the co-authors of two books on creating memorable characters. Find out how you can come up with heroes and heroines who go from cardboard figures to believable people. Make them come...
  19. Katherine McIntyre

    Craft Catching the Feels: How to Achieve Emotional Depth and Deeper POV with Katherine McIntyre

    Are your characters feeling flat or too superficial? Are readers having a hard time connecting? In Catching the Feels, we'll dive deep into character creation and how to find the spark of your characters from the beginning. We'll also go through different approaches and techniques to achieve...
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    Craft The Art of Titling with Sally J. Walker

    TITLING IS AN ART Titling a work is like naming a child because it acknowledges the unique dignity of that being to both the creator and the world. "Untitled" hints of disrespect and confusion. Learn how to proudly give an identity to your creative work through five simple analytical steps...