Learn about pacing through scene and sequel. You’ll learn about the following in this informative online two-hour class!
– Goal: Sets up read expectations, gives the reader something to root for on behalf of the characters.
– Conflict: Road blocks, complications, and emotional hurdles. Oh my.
– Disaster: Establishes the importance of the goal. How badly does the character want their goal? Are they willing to fight for it?
– Dilemma: Reveals character motivation, growth or lack of growth.
– Decision: Redefines reader expectations and heightens the tension.
– Hook/resolution: Draws the reader into the next scene/chapter or resolves the story.
Hook your audience, avoid sagging middles, and wring emotion from your reader. You are invited to bring some favorite books to use as resource material.
$36 for SDWI members, $42 for nonmembers