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And you’ll get the expert advice of Alicia on how to edit in the energy into your prose.
Here’s your chance to figure out what is dead and drowsy in your voice, and how to wake it up!
This course is designed to help bring your novels to life. Long time critique partner, witness to the not so normal lifestyle of Realities of the Paranormal, she continues to work on more than one project at a time, no matter what stands in her neighbor’s side yard and waves.
Born in Altoona, Pennsylvania with her heart in Lexington, Kentucky, she lives at Crescent Moon Kennels, PA with her fur brats. Bailey, a Pushcart Prize Nominee, writes Women’s Fiction, short stories, poetry, non-fiction, and a weekly column for Five 2 One Magazine. Telling For Authors Who Struggle To Decipher The Difference Most authors have heard the advice: Show! That advice is some of the most common advice given to writers, in critique groups, by editors, by beta readers.
With examples and interactive exercises, you’ll learn to recognize when passive voice is useful, and when it should be replaced with more active sentence constructions.
Most important, you’ll learn how to “feel” the action of the scene and use words to create that experience for the reader.
This workshop will help you activate your voice and story with vivid and “in-the-moment” prose.
In 2014, after almost 10 years as CEO and editor-in-chief, Laurie was ready to take a step back to enjoy some time with family and to engage in her other long neglected hobbies.They may wonder if naming emotions indicates telling…and what about those pesky phrases like he knew…or he felt…or he heard? If you recognize yourself in the above description and you are ready to end the struggle and truly understand the difference between showing and telling once and for all, and you’re ready for some tips on how to actually put the advice to show rather than tell into practice, then this workshop is for you.In this workshop former Black Velvet Seductions Editor in Chief Laurie Sanders will cover the difference between showing and telling in a new, crystal clear way that will leave you in no doubt of the difference between the two.We’ll focus specifically on the signaled point of view shift since this is the point of view shift that confuses the most people and which is the most challenging to pull off.We’ll also discuss head hops and what differentiates a head hop from a signaled point of view shift so that participants will never be confused about that again.