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Build Your Novel Scene by Scene
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The Build Your Novel Scene by Scene Workshop will offer you direction, deadlines, and support. It will provide you with the extra motivation to work on your novel. You'll be guided along the way by award-winning instructor Mark Spencer. Mark will supply you with feedback to the weekly assignments. The focus of this class is on writing the novel that you want to write. The online workshop begins Thursday, February 18th.

In the Build Your Novel Scene by Scene class you will have the opportunity to write a scene showing character motivation, write scenes showing conflict that reveal a character's true nature, write internally and externally based scenes, introduce your protagonist in the opening scene, submit an internal scene portraying emotions, submit an external scene using dialogue, write the climax scene of your novel, submit the final scene, revise one scene, and submit the first 10,000 words of your edited novel. The narrative arc of your story will be assessed as well. This class is for aspiring novelists who want a published author to coach them through their first draft.

"The Build Your Novel class makes a lot of sense. It's a pragmatic approach to novel writing. I've always told students that writing a novel is primarily about creating a series of well-made scenes."

  ~ Mark Spencer

A former student said, "Mark Spencer answered all my questions and offered great insight as to how to view and approach my work." Another student said, "I loved this course. It was my first at Writer's Digest University. It really helped me keep going with my novel, and I learned a lot about writing by scene instead of writing linearly (which can get overwhelming). The scene-by-scene approach is so much more do-able. Mark Spencer was a great help. His feedback was astute and directly to the point. I found him to be smart, caring and totally refreshing. And very helpful." In this course, you’ll also learn about the uses of flashback and finding your narrator’s voice. Let a published professional show you the way.

Dedicate yourself to writing your novel. Class starts Thursday, February 18th. You can work on your own time since there is no scheduled time to meet up. Join the Build Your Novel Scene by Scene Workshop.
All upcoming courses can be viewed at this link.

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Build Your Novel Scene by Scene with Mark Spencer

Mark Spencer is the author of A Haunted Love Story (nonfiction novel, Llewellyn Worldwide, 2012), The Masked Demon (novel, Main Street Rag, 2012), Images of America: Monticello (local history, Arcadia Publishing, 2011), The Weary Motel (a novel, winner of the Omaha Prize for the Novel, published by The Backwaters Press), Only Missing (a novella, winner of the Faulkner Society’s Faulkner Award for Fiction), Love and Reruns in Adams County (novel, Fawcett-Columbine/Random House), Wedlock, (two novellas and three short stories, Watermark Press), Spying on Lovers (short stories, winner of the Patrick T.T. Bradshaw Book Award sponsored by Amelia Press) and Trespassers (Main Street Rag, 2014), a short story collection.

Mark Spencer is the Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities at the University of Arkansas at Monticello and teaches in UAM’s MFA program in creative writing. Several times, Mark has been named to Who’s Who Among America’s Teachers.


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