by Lori Wilde
January 2–26, 2018
Prerequisite: Must be actively engaged in writing a book.
“Show don’t tell” is the mantra given in most beginning writing courses. But two things are wrong with this universal piece of writing advice. First, there are times when “telling” is preferable to “showing” and secondly, many authors have no idea when they are telling versus showing. This course is designed to address those oversights. Lori developed it after many years of working with students and realizing they often had no idea what was “showing” and what was “telling.” She believes this crucial skill can quickly shoot an author to the next level of success. Story Showing students learn:
- The difference between showing and telling
- When to show and when to tell
- The four critical elements that “show” story
- Showing subtext through action and dialogue
- Techniques for showing a three-dimensional story
- Inner narrative versus inner dialogue/monologue
- How to identify author intrusion
- The essentials of showing, telling and pacing
Fifth-generation Texan Lori Wilde is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of 80 works of fiction . A three-time nominee for the Romance Writers of America’s prestigious RITA award, she’s also won numerous other writing awards. Lori holds a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Texas Christian University, and has a certificate in nursing forensics. She is a certified Hatha yoga instructor, and uses proven yoga techniques for creativity training with writing students.
$90 per class ($85 if paid by check)
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