Workshop: THE PREFECT SETTING =  YOUR PERFECT NOVEL 11/02/2020 – 11/27/2020

THE PREFECT SETTING = YOUR PERFECT NOVEL

Instructor Name Lynne Lovegreen
Workshop Start Date 11/02/2020
Workshop End Date 11/27/2020
Workshop Hosted By Yosemite Romance Writers
About the Workshop PERMISSION TO FORWARD GRANTED AND APPRECIATED
The prefect setting can enhance your story, and amp up your readers’ interest. In this workshop, you’ll choose a setting, main character and plot that will help you flesh out your story in any genre. You’ll also play around with details that bring out the best parts of your story. Have a little writing fun, and enliven your setting with crisp, impactful descriptions that make your novel shine. Eight lessons over four weeks will include:

Introduction

Determining setting/world building

Setting and plot

Setting and characters

Showing POV in setting

Choosing setting details

Describing without info dumping

Wrap up: Sharing and Q & A

About Lynne Lovegreen:

Lynne Lovegreen has lived in Alaska for over fifty years. After twenty years in the classroom, she retired to make time for writing. She enjoys her friends and family, reading, and volunteering at her local library. Her young adult historical fiction is set in Alaska, a great place for drama, romance, and independent characters. Her Gold Rush series was published by Prism Book Group. Lynn can be contacted at http://lynnelovegreen@gmail.com. Her “Writing YA/NA Historical Romance” workshop has been hosted by several RWA Chapters. See her website/blog at http://www.lynnelovegreen.com.

Workshop Platform Groups.IO
Workshop Cost $20 YRW members/$25 non-members
Registration Link http://www.yowemiteromancewriters.com/workshops

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