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  1. terrimain

    Editing Post-Nano Editing. Macro Editing with Terri Main

    There’s an old Zen proverb that reads, “After Enlightenment comes the Laundry.” Perhaps you feel like that after NanoWrimo. After the rush of writing a novel in a month the adrenaline is still pumping and then you read what you wrote. You’ve been to the mountain top, you looked out over the...
  2. Angela Knight

    Pacing-Tension Writing Heart-Pounding Fight Scenes with Angela Knight

    The LIVE webinar will be presented on ZOOM. For more information on how to access Zoom for your first Zoom meeting, please check out HERE. Honor Roll member and New York Times bestselling author Angela Knight discusses the techniques she uses to write effective fight scenes. She provides tips...
  3. Liz

    Webinar Second Pass Editing Webinar with Liz Pelletier

    Second Pass Edits You’ve successfully looked at plot, characters, stakes, and structure during your first pass of edits. But are you done? Not. Even. Close. Next up is a closer look at refining characters, fixing plot holes, upping the all important internal conflict, developing stronger end...
  4. J

    Special Event GET THAT BOOK WRITTEN: Plot, Write, and Edit the DARN Book! with Jennifer Herrington

    Spend 12 weeks with a freelance editor to plot, write, and edit your romance or mystery book. Please register at least one week before to start on the character development, GMC, and brainstorming for your plot. Come with a story idea and some background to help the plotting process. Two weeks...
  5. Yolanda.Ashton

    Lecture Characterization

    Today's lesson is about making sure you characters have all the details needed that will make readers connect with them. Character Motivations Character motivation is the reason a character behaves a certain way. Character motivations must be strong enough to sustain the entire story. As you...
  6. Becky Martinez

    Craft Let's Edit! with Becky Martinez

    You’ve written “The End” to your story and now you’re ready to send it out. Wait! Not so fast. You need to spend some time making certain that your final product is the best you can offer, whether you are sending it off to an editor or to publish the book yourself. Learn how to edit your story...