Sisters in Crime Northern California presents:
Mastering Suspense, Structure & Plot
By integrating Jane’s 13 thinking, writing, and revising tips into your writing processes, you will write tighter, more polished first drafts. Improve your story’s pace, while ratcheting up suspense. Use Jane’s tips as a checklist and a mandate toward your best writing ever.
When: June 1, 2019 from 1-4 PM
Where: Unity SF
Address: 2222 Bush St. at Fillmore, San Francisco, CA 94115
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Jane K. Cleland writes the multiple award-winning and bestselling Josie Prescott Antiques Mysteries [St. Martin’s Minotaur]. The 13th in the series, Hidden Treasure, will be published in spring 2020. Jane also writes about the craft of writing, including Mastering Plot Twists and the Agatha Award-winning and bestselling Mastering Suspense, Structure & Plot, both from Writer’s Digest Books.
SinC-NorCal and Capitol Crime members free. Non-members: $40.
—Dan Brown, New York Times #1 Bestselling Author, in his Masterclass on writing
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I’ve been asking myself this question for some time now. There are some great reasons to blog, and sometimes I think there are greater reasons not to blog. Really, is anyone listening? If you’re interested in a rousing discussion on the topic, drop by tomorrow. And bring questions.
Friday, May 17, 2019 – 12:00pm
Join the MI writing community for a stimulating panel with three authors who will share the pros and cons of blogging. Please welcome novelist Ana Manwaring, WordPress expert Linda Lee, and non-fiction writer John Lumea of The Emperor’s Bridge Campaign.
Author of thrillers, Set Up and The Hydra Effect, Ana Manwaring founded JAM Manuscript Consulting and teaches creative writing. She blogs at anamanwaring.com.
Linda Lee is a writer, speaker, educator, and website designer who demystifies the online experience. She specializes in WordPress design, WordPress Websites, instruction, and problem shooting. Linda is the founder of WordPress Bootcamp, Smart Women Stupid Computers and Askmepc-Webdesign. She offers remote training domestically and internationally. Linda has been the Volunteer Director for the San Francisco Writers conference since 2007.
John Lumea is founder of The Emperor’s Bridge Campaign. His work in San Francisco history has appeared in the SF Chronicle, KQED, Mother Jones, WSJ, LA Times and more.
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