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Write Your Story in 2020 - Part 2 The Saggy Middle
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This is an 10 week course will cover sessions missed in the winter session as well as focus on the sagging middle of the novel. This session includes the business side of writing as well as the craft of writing. The last third of your novel is covered in subsequent course.

3/17/2020
When: 2/12/2020
6:30 PM
Where: The Writer's Cottage
NW Gilman Blvd., Ste. 8
Issaquah, WA  98027
Contact: PNWA Staff
425-673-2665


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2020 SPRING QUARTER FICTION SERIES: write your story - $325 members/$425 nonmembers
Presented by PNWA’s President, Pam Binder. 

Pam Binder is an award-winning New York Times, USA Today and Amazon bestselling author. Drawn to Celtic legends and anything Irish or Scottish, Pam blends historical events, characters, and myths into her fiction novels. Pam is also the president and program director of the Pacific Northwest Writers Association.

 Beginning Tuesday, March 17th, 2020 (Ten classes ) ending June 1st, 2020.  Note: There is no class on April 21st or May 5th.
Tuesday evenings from 6:30-9:30 p.m. 317 NW Gilman Village, Ste 8, Issaquah, WA 98027

Pam Binder’s 10-week course will concentrate on the middle third of your novel. This session includes the business side of writing as well as the craft of writing. In addition to writing lectures and writing exercises, Pam offers consultation time and weekly scene reviews. This course is for beginning and intermediate writers who are interested in writing their first draft. Part 1 is required for those students interested in taking Pam's Part 2 & 3 series.

Class Concentration

Please note that each quarter will concentrate on the important scenes in the beginning (Winter), middle (Spring), and end (Summer) of your novel. As each quarter builds on previous learning, you must complete each quarter to be eligible to take the next.

We will be covering a variety of aspects, including:

- How to plot your novel

- Develop your characters

- Understand and choose the appropriate point of view for your story

- Marketing tips and tricks

 

Class Structure

1) Critique groups will be established as part of the class structure.
2) Students may submit three pages of new work each week for instructor’s feedback.
3) Writing exercises each class.
4) Individual instructor feedback.

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