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August 18th Meeting

The August 18th meeting will be a time of learning, a time of sharing our experiences on the subjects of the month. Drum roll here… The subjects are Cliff Hangers, Plot, and Theme. Kathy Pritchett will present a program to … Continue reading

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Jan 20 Monthly Meeting – An attorney visits

If you saw the original post about a meeting on Cliffhangers and Plotting, disregard that. We will have that program later in the year. Instead we will be having an attorney visit our group. He will answer questions about what … Continue reading

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February: Outlining and Storyboarding

Do you identify as a pantser or a plotter?  I start off as a panster (someone who writes by the seat of her pants) and slowly become a plotter (someone who has things, or at least most things, figured out).  Outlining … Continue reading

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The Dramatica Theory to Story Structure

Plot, climax, rising action, falling action, structure; all terms writers use when talking about stories, but often their exact definitions tend to elude us. One would think that with all the brilliant minds that have written stories over the course … Continue reading

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