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Story Mapping and Pacing
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The Art of Storytelling 101: Story Mapping and Pacing with Terri Valentine is this week's featured workshop. The class is for writers who want to build an engaging narrative by using the seven core competencies of storytelling-concept, character, voice, plot, theme, scene construction, and style. Learn how to writer tighter, more powerful scenes and to create a story guaranteed to excite reader interest.

In the The Art of Storytelling 101: Story Mapping and Pacing Workshop, you will have an opportunity to write the concept of your story, bring out memorable dialogue within a scene showing the protagonist and antagonist in conflict, rewrite the opening pages of your story to better display a character's personality traits, and outline your story using the three-act structure. In the seven weeks, you will rewrite the opening five pages of your story with stronger word choices and write a brief paragraph describing the main theme of your story. Furthermore, you will also get a chance to find a better place to start three of your scenes or rewrite their opening in a radically different way. The online course begins July 2nd.

"I find this class exciting as an instructor as students often have that all important "light bulb" moment as they learn the secrets to putting together a marketable manuscript."

  ~ Terri Valentine

A former student said, "Terri was exceptionally helpful. An excellent course." Another student said, "I enjoyed this class on so many levels. Terri is a great instructor who offers a lot of guidance and feedback, which is what I need at this point in my career. From the assigned textbook to the weekly lectures, I found all of the information helpful. Many thanks." Students appreciate Terri Valentine's instructional style and the support that she provides. Learn how the focused use of excellent scenes can build an exciting story plot.

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The Art of Storytelling 101: Story Mapping and Pacing
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Terri Valentine has ten romance novels and a short story in publication. Sweet Paradise was nominated for Best Romance Adventure by Romantic Times. Louisiana Caress received a coveted K.I.S.S Award from Romantic Times. Storm Dancer was a single release title from Zebra, followed by the release of Paradise Promised. At present she is under contract for two more historicals, and she is currently working on a high-concept romantic novel.

Following in her mentor's footsteps, she has eagerly critiqued manuscripts and helped other beginning novelists learn the taxing craft of writing, many of whom have gone on to publish.
 

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