Whether you’ve got a complete manuscript or you’ve just started one, this class will help you write a complete synopsis for your story. I will take you step by step so that by the end of the class you will have written a one-page synopsis, a 4-6 page synopsis, and also a more organic “character” synopsis.
I will give you tips and tricks to ensure you have all the structural and character elements an editor is looking for: Inciting Incident, external goal, internal conflict, romantic conflict, major obstacles, epiphany, climax, and resolution. Never fear synopsis writing again–this class will make you synopsis savvy!
ABOUT THE INSTRUCTOR:
Camy Tang writes romance with a kick of wasabi. Her chick lit Sushi series is out now, and next year she’ll release Deadly Intent with Love Inspired Suspense. Originally from Hawaii, she worked as a biologist for 9 years, but now she is a staff worker for her San Jose church youth group and leads a worship team for Sunday service. She also runs the Story Sensei fiction critique service, which specializes in book doctoring. On her blog, she gives away Christian novels twice a week and ponders frivolous things.
Coming in June – â€œIs That Hollywood Calling?â€ with Cindy Carroll
Just because we can write books doesnâ€™t mean we can write screenplays. â€œIs That Hollywood Calling?â€ is a quick and direct month long course on the differences between writing books and writing scripts. We will also look at how writing a screenplay can help improve your novel writing.
As if Olivia Merriman doesn’t have enough to do in her beloved town of New Moon Beach, now her grouchy great-grandmother has recruited her to head up their coven of witches; her sisters are miffed, the coven is pushing her to accept the job, and to top it all off an evil wizard is messing with her love life. More info →