Sunday, January 29, 2012

Workshop: Lining Up the Bones - Crafting Your Paranormal

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The Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Chapter of RWA Presents

Lining Up the Bones: Crafting Your Paranormal -- Presented by Angie Fox

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What will it take to sell your paranormal? From dynamic hooks, to compelling characters, sizzling sexual tension to creative world building, we'll explore the elements you need to make your paranormal stand out in an increasingly crowded market. This workshop will provide real life examples, as well as exercises, so you can refine your plot, craft your story and take your writing to the next level.

Topics covered:

1: Introduction/Worldbuilding 101
2: Compelling Characters/ Sexual Tension
3: Dynamic Hooks
4: Major Plot Points
5: Truly Dangerous Dark Moments
6: Wrapping it all Up

When: February 6, 2012 through February 19, 2012

The cost is $15.00 for FFnP members and $20.00 for non-FFnP members. Refunds / credits are determined on a case by case basis. If a class should be canceled, then participants have a choice of a credit to be applied to a future workshop or a refund.

This workshop will be conducted via a Yahoo! email loop. Email invitations will be sent 48 hours prior to the beginning of the workshop. Just register for the workshop and complete the payment process via PayPal.

Speaker Information:          
Angie Fox is the New York Times bestselling author of several books about vampires, werewolves and things that go bump in the night. She claims that researching her stories can be just as much fun as writing them. In the name of fact-finding, Angie has ridden with Harley biker gangs, explored the tunnels underneath Hoover Dam and found an interesting recipe for Mamma Coalpot’s Southern Skunk Surprise (she’s still trying to get her courage up to try it). Angie earned a Journalism degree from the University of Missouri. She worked in television news and then in advertising before beginning her career as an author. Visit Angie at

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