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Date: 10/22/2015 - 1/14/2016
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Have an amazing story idea, but need to learn the basics of how to write a book? Creating a story that is dynamic and engaging takes a lot more than just setting aside an hour every day to write.

This workshop will take you through all of the basics of writing a fiction novel. Including how important it is to choose a great setting (and how it affects your plot and theme), how to build your characters so that your readers care about them, what point of view you should choose, how to write great dialogue, and more!

Learn the ins and outs of how to write a book with our workshop and get your story to jump off the page!

Make your story jump off the page!

This course is open to anyone interested in writing fiction. John DeChancie will be available to answer all of your questions. No question goes unanswered!

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What you'll learn:

Learn how to create dynamic characters your readers can relate to
Develop a unique writing style
Practice creative writing exercises
Take a look at contemporary and classic fiction books
Master the basics of plot
Learn how to revise your work as you write

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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.

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