Date: May 11, 2013Questions? Contact email@example.com
Time: 10 AM - Noon
Location: Earth Fare
3620 Pelham Rd
Greenville, SC, 29615
Topic: "Getting More Emotional Connection Via Deep POV" with Robin Weaver
In the best stories, the reader identifies so completely with the protagonist, they become one with the character and feel the hero/ine’s fear, despair, anger, and joy. Help your reader connect emotionally with your characters by going deeper with Point of View (POV). This workshop details how to get into your heroine or hero’s head, and providers pointers to help increase the emotional stakes for the reader.
A professional computer geek, Robin Weaver started writing extensively when she traded in her ski boots for flip-flops and moved to North Carolina. She’s an avid fan of Latin dance, CCR, the N.Y. Yankees, and the five o’clock shadow—not necessarily in that order. She has published four novels: Blue Ridge Fear and Artifact of Death as Robin Weaver; and, Forbidden Magic and Forbidden Flame under her pseudonym Genia Avers. Robin writes a regular blog for Romancing the Genres and her articles have appeared in numerous RWA Chapter Newsletters. She’s also a Golden Heart finalist and winner of the prestigious Daphne du Maurier contest.
2013 PROGRAM DATES AND TOPICS
Jun 8 ..... Elizabeth Michels & Heather McGovern: "Beauty, the Beast, and The Big Black Moment"
Jul 13 ..... No program: RWA National Conference
Aug 10 .... TBD
Sep 14 .... Maggie Montgomery: "Turning Tried & True Tropes into Fresh & New"
Oct 12 .... TBD
Nov 9 ..... TBD
Dec 14 .... Chapter Christmas Party
Patience is a virtue I have yet to acquire.
One would think that as a mother of three rowdy and rambunctious boys, I would have gained a measure of equanimity over the years, or at least the ability to count to ten before doing something rash.
But alas, I have not.
I’ve never been one to sit on my
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