Join us for any or all sessions of a four-part series at Huntington Public Library, 338 Main Street, Huntington. Advance registration required. All classes run from 10 am to 12 pm.
January 30, 2010 Session I: Brainstorming Your Plot
This session will include tips and advice on plotting, characterization, your opening hook, and using a good balance of dialogue and narrative to move your story forward.
February 27, 2010 Session II: Whipping Your Sagging Middle Into Shape
Don’t let your story lose momentum and sink. Learn how to maintain the passion with your prose throughout those middle pages and keep your readers enthralled.
March 27, 2010 Session III: Reaching the Finish Line
A good story ties up all loose ends and completes the emotional journey between author and reader. This session will cover the need for a crisis moment and the subsequent satisfactory conclusion necessary for all fiction works.
April 24, 2010 Session IV: Releasing Your Story Into the Wild
The publishing business is filled with pitfalls where even the best and brightest can become hopelessly lost. Learn how to navigate the treacherous waters of print and digital publishing and the different aspects of each. Discover which venue is best for you and your work.
REGISTER AT THE HUNTINGTON PUBLIC LIBRARY OR BY PHONE AT (631) 427-5165
FOR ADDITIONAL INFORMATION ABOUT DUNES & DREAMS ROMANCE WRITERS, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: www.dunesanddreams.org