May 15th – May 31st: Plotting a Novella with instructor Eliza Knight

Plotting a Novella with instructor Eliza Knight
May 15thMay 31st
$15.00 – CHRWA
$25.00 – Non Members
Have you ever wanted to try your hand at writing a novella? Are you worried you won’t be able to write short?
Worry no more! It’s time to learn the craft of novella writing. Creating a short story can be fun and profitable.
And there has never been a better time to write short. Whether you’re joining a group of authors in an anthology, submitting to a publisher or writing short for indie publication, the market is wide open. Writing short is also a great way to feed your reader’s hunger between novels and increase your backlist.
This workshop will help you learn:
·         How to plot a novella whether you are a heavy outliner or a “pantser.”
·         You’ll see how easy it is to layer emotion into your scenes and hook the reader from the very first sentence.
·         The class will also instruct you on how to pack more into less words, while still keeping your story strong and your audience captivated.
Are you ready to take readers on a swift, riveting and emotionally satisfying journey?
Instructor Bio:
Eliza Knight is an award-winning, Amazon All-Star and USA Today bestselling hybrid author of over fifty titles in the historical, time-travel, erotic and contemporary romance genres.
In 2013 she was named RWA’s PRO Mentor of the Year. She has presented numerous workshops and panels at many writing conferences and events including Romance Writers of AmericaRomantic TimesHistorical Novel Society, several local RWA chapters, book festivals, as well as online. Throughout the year, she continues to mentor new writers one-on-one.
A member of RWA since 2007, she has served on three RWA chapter boards (Maryland RomanceWritersHearts Through History and Celtic Hearts) in various positions including: workshop coordinator, contest coordinator, newsletter editor, secretary and president. She lives in Maryland with her husband and three daughters.
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