Wednesday, September 11, 2013
Novel in a Day Workshop
Saturday, October 12, 2013
The Maguire Center at Westminster Oaks
Writers today face an uphill climb. The competition is fierce, the learning curve steep. There’s no magic wand, but by learning the basic techniques for crafting a novel, the beginning writer can quickly flatten the learning curve.
For both beginning writers and more advanced pros looking for new insights, this workshop provides writers with the tools needed to craft their own novel—a novel that will grab a reader’s attention and keep them turning pages.
Here are some of the topics covered:
• Elements of plot and structure
• Creating characters that sizzle
• Secrets of good dialogue
• Crafting strong beginnings, middles and ends
• Writing in scene
Contact: Jenny Crowley, Tallahassee Writers Assoc., firstname.lastname@example.org or visit http://conta.cc/14zxY3M
Vic DiGenti is the instructor for this up-beat and fast-paced interactive workshop. As Parker Francis, he writes the Quint Mitchell Mystery series. He’s also written the award-winning adventure/fantasy Windrusher trilogy. Vic is an FWA Regional Director, and co-director of the Florida Heritage Book Festival & Writers Conference.
“Vic DiGenti is a superb instructor and offered a well-organized, interactive workshop. Great takeaway. A good session for both novice and experienced writers.” – Nancy F.
“Very fresh outlook, but also realistic about what it takes to write a novel. DiGenti was quirky and made a very productive workshop.” – Victoria C.
“Vic DiGenti is a great speaker and covered all the material you could want. Group work and matching handout were very helpful.” – Shannon B.
“I have not had such an enjoyable time or learned more at a workshop of any kind in many years. The day was fun, informative and interactive. The information provided was on point, made logical sense and is immediately applicable to my writing.” – Nick V.