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Agent feedback on your plot

Just in time for NaNoWriMo!
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Writer's Digest University
Plot Perfect Boot Camp
Have you started preparing for NaNoWriMo? You are going to need a solid plot if you are writing a novel in just 30 days.

Whether you're writing a novel, short story, memoir, stage play, or screenplay, this boot camp will show you how to craft a great narrative scene-by-scene. It's a hands-on event that provides personalized feedback on your story structure and plot.

The agents of Talcott Notch Literary Services share the secrets of creating a story structure that works - no matter what your genre - in this entertaining and informative online event.

By the time you finish this one-of-a-kind plotting primer, you'll be armed with the blueprint you need to help craft an effective first draft from page one to The End. 
Register today, the boot camp starts Wednesday!

HERE'S HOW IT WORKS:

On Tuesday, October 17 you will receive access to a special online tutorial created by author and senior literary agent Paula Munier. During this presentation, Paula will detail how your work's theme and variations on that theme determine your main plot as well as your sub-plots. You'll learn how to break your story down accordingly, scene by scene, forming a blueprint by which you can devise the most compelling version of the story you want to tell. In addition to the tutorial, you'll also receive two special templates designed to help you quickly develop the theme-based three-act structure you need to engage and entertain your readers.

After watching the tutorial, you'll sketch out a story structure for your own project using the template and submit it to your assigned Talcott Notch agent for review. The deadline for submission is NOON ET, Saturday, October 21.

The submission will then be reviewed by the agent, who will provide a personalized critique of your work by noon, Sunday, October 22. This critique will give you insights into what's working in your story, what's not, and how you can improve it. Informed by these comments, you'll revise the story structure throughout the day on Sunday. You'll have the opportunity to ask the agents questions via a live message board (open from 1:00 PM to 4:00 pm ET on Sunday, October 22), then finalize your revision and resubmit it for one last review no later than 10:00 pm ET Monday, October 23.

The Talcott Notch agents will spend the next few days reviewing the revised submissions. Once finished, they will send a final note assessing your revision efforts by no later than 10:00 pm ET, Monday, October 30. Please note that these comments are brief, and not meant to act as a second critique.

$199.99
Prepare Your Plot for NANOWRIMO
ABOUT THE AGENTS:
Carolyn Walker
Paula Munier
Senior Literary Agent & Content Strategist at Talcott Notch Literary, Paula has broad experience creating and marketing exceptional content in all formats across all markets for such media giants as Disney, Gannett, Greenspun Media Group, and Quayside . Although she represents all kinds of projects, right now she's looking for crime fiction, women's fiction, historical fiction, high-concept SF/fantasy, romance, New Adult, YA, and middle grade fiction, as well as nonfiction in the areas of business, pop culture, health & wellness, cooking, self-help, pop psych, New Age, inspirational, technology, science, and writing.
gina
Gina Panettieri
is President of Talcott Notch Literary Services , and has worked as an agent for 25 years. She currently represents a full range of adult and children's fiction and nonfiction, with an emphasis in fiction on YA, MG, mystery, women's fiction, historical fiction, and book club fiction. She currently represents an eclectic range of writers, encompassing everyone from a former head of Security and Intelligence for NATO Europe, to CEOs of major corporations and Deans of major medical schools, to stay-at-home writer moms and amazingly talented teens.

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