Our meeting with be held on Saturday, October 28 (Note this is a week later than our usual meeting!!) at Peppino's Pizzeria & Sports Grill, 1515 Eastport Drive SE, Grand Rapids, MI 49508 (616) 554-8880 at 11:30 with lunch followed by a short business meeting and our program. Please RSVP to Nancy Gideon at firstname.lastname@example.org or via our MMRWA Website or Facebook Page.
Plotting Made Easy – Part II: Story Secrets Revealed with Diana Stout
In this hands-on story workshop, you'll fill in three different worksheets, which then funnel into the scenes and the synopsis you created in the June Part I Session. Whether you were at the Part I meeting or not, Part II works independently for pantsers and plotters alike. Bring a story you're struggling with, one you've been wanting to start, or the one you worked on in June's Part I meeting. (For those not at the June meeting, those handouts will be provided with a brief explanation of their use) and be prepared to see lots of "aha" moments around the room!!! If you attended the meeting in June, bring your notes and handouts because this workshop is a continuation of that meeting. Where the June meeting focused on plot, this meeting focuses on character; and as we all know: character and plot must become one, otherwise it isn't a strong story.
**NOTE: These documents will not be available online as they are part of a larger project.
Dr. Diana Stout is currently querying producers for her screenplays, editing novels for publication, and writing a seven-part novella series. Learn more at her Sharpened Pencils Productions website.
About Diana Stout
An award-winning writer, Dr. Diana Stout enjoys sharing her experience and knowledge with others. Currently, she is querying producers for her screenplays, editing novels for publication, and writing a seven-part novella series. You can learn more about her work at her Sharpened Pencils Productions website. Come join this writing workshop where in less than two hours' time, you too can remove the dread from writing your synopsis.