1. Deborah Bailey

    Craft Writing Your Book in First Person POV with Deb Bailey

    Writing in the first person can be challenging. But it is a great way to get your reader connected with your main character right away. In order to write in first person POV, it's best to have a distinctive voice that engages the reader. In this class we'll cover some important points for...
  2. Stephanie.

    Craft A Heartened Deep POV with Stephanie Spann

    Have you ever added the old, “heart skipped a beat,” cliché to your manuscripts? (Raising my hand.) I mean, of course, this and similar phrases are convenient ways to share the emotions behind romantic thrills or devastating defeats that your characters face. But, everyone has a different...
  3. 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...
  4. Lynn Lorenz

    Craft Easy Editing for Beginners with Lynn Lorenz

    In this intensive workshop, students will learn how to make easy edits in an organized process. Those editing topics will cover Point of View, Use of Verbs, Independent Body Parts, Passive Voice, and how to tighten sentences and paragraphs for pacing. Once the class is complete, students should...
  5. JimmyMorris

    Genre Supernatural Scoundrels and How to Write Them: Demons, Vampires & Werewolves, Oh, My! w/Jimmy Morris

    From werewolves and vampires to demons and angels, we will talk about what you know, and what you don't, about "things" that go bump in the night. Come sit by the fireside and listen to stories about creatures who have become famous in movies, TV and books - from Dracula to Edward, Frankenstein...
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    Craft Writing the Emotional Journey with June Diehl

    Are your readers satisfied with your stories? Are they reluctant to put your story aside? At the end of your story, the reader should sigh, with a sense of satisfaction, when finishing your story, one which they will remember for a long time coming. So how does one create a satisfied reader...
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    Character He Said/She Said: The Differences in Male and Female POV with Chris Cox

    Are men and women really that much different? Have you ever wondered what the other gender really thinks? Author Chris Cox has had real life experience as a woman and now as a man since he transitioned in the last few years. Being transgender and being an author, Chris has special insight into...
  8. Tracy Koppel

    Craft How Attitude Conveys Emotion with Tracy Forgie Koppel

    In a novel, every word and phrase has to do double, if not triple, duty. This is especially true in an opening when we need to convince the reader to buy our book within the first few paragraphs. In this mini intensive, we will read the openings of a few novels by respected authors and look at...
  9. Tambra

    Craft Deep Point of View with Tambra Nicole Kendall

    Deep POV (point of view) along with the other forms of POV will be presented with examples. Discussion of deep pov and point of view along with the opportunity to ask questions.