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A Practical Guide to Writing Popular Fiction
Date: Sunday, June 25 - Saturday, July 1, 2017
Subject: Writing
Instructor: Vicki Lane
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Your novel starts here with instruction and practice in writing realistic dialogue and creating characters that move through and interact with a fully realized setting. Study different approaches to plotting and gain tricks for building suspense, ensuring continuity, and avoiding info dumps. We'll discuss forming or joining critique groups, the ins & outs of self-editing, how to query agents, and the many publishing alternatives available today. All levels welcome.

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