Join us at the King Road Branch Library for member readings. We’ve been working on writing exercises, now let’s see what we’ve done with all that hard work!
Join us September 15th at the King Road library for writing exercises intended to help you create layers in your plots. We’ll look at conflicts, complications and turning points to help you craft a plot that will keep your readers engaged!
Join us on August 18th at the Washington Branch Library to create compelling characters! Using various character building exercises, we’ll explore what it takes to get readers to care about the people in your story. Bring pen and paper, laptop or tablet, and start getting into your character’s psyche.
Come join your fellow writers for a critique of your work in progress! Bring a 5-10 minute selection to read and get valuable feedback. We hope to see you there!
Member readings. Come share something you’ve written with us! Washington Branch Library, June 16 from 10am to 12pm.
Writing exercises for memoirs. Come reminisce and tell your life stories!
Back by popular demand, come work on your plot with your fellow writers! Use the plot breaking method to spot flaws in your plot, unresolved subplots, and where you should really start your story. Bring your work in progress and work on it!
Pump Up Your Plot
Join us on March 17th at the King Road branch library to work on your plot with your fellow writers!
SPOOC Your Fiction!
Jump-start your fiction by crafting the two sentence core of your story. Acclaimed novelist Deborah Chester advocates this method for making sure there’s enough story to your story – by writing down the Situation, Protagonist, Objective, Opponent and Climax in a concise two-sentence format before you begin. It’s a great tool for starting a novel, getting one back on track, or even creating an effective elevator pitch. Come try it out with us!
Join us at the King Road library for a chance to have other members critique your work. Bring a selection that can be read aloud in 5 minutes or less. It can be a whole story, part of a story, or just a little something you threw together! We hope to see you there!