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Classes Starting the Week of Nov 4 & 11

Starting the week of November 4th Copyright and the Rights the Author Must Keep with L.C. Hayden Writing From Genre Out with Sally J. Walker Creating and Monitoring Effective Facebook Ads with Leslie Dow Remarkable Characters with Kris Kennedy Special Events: Second Pass Editing Webinar with Liz Pelletier – November 6th Starting the week of …
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Classes Starting the Week of June 17 & 24

Starting the Week of June 17 Adding Humor to Novels and Short Stories with Steve Shrott No Flying Body Parts: Learn to Create Realistic Fight Scenes with Jimmy Morris  Intensive: Yellow Highlighter Workshop with MM Pollard  Starting the Week of June 24 Making GMC Work for YOU with Robyn DeHart Plotting and Planning: How to Write …
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Your Character’s Been Hurt: What now? After-the-trauma advice for contemporary fiction by Elizabeth Otto

We authors are a vicious bunch. Shooting, beating, stabbing and maiming our characters is par for the course. Depending on the genre you write, you may subject your darlings to trauma more frequently than other authors will. While you may be able to knock out the perfect fight or shooting scene, knowing what comes next …