ONLINE: Characterization and Plotting: Weaving Them Together to Make Your Story Come Alive

March 6, 2017 – March 31, 2017 all-day
Online Class

Presented by Tamara Nicole Kendall


Join us for this intermediate level on-line course. The lessons will be posted throughout the month of March, 2017. You’re welcome to review them at your convenience, then post any questions and comments to the instructor, and see those posted by fellow students. You’ll soon be reaping the benefits of these lessons in your own writing.

Lessons include: Brainstorming, Character Profile Questions and Interviewing Characters, What is Plot, Plot Sketches and Backstory, GMC: Goal, Motivation and Conflict, Writing Strong Characters and Viewpoint, No Sagging Middles, Scene and Sequel, Plotting Methods, Creating Three Dimensional Characters, Adding Tension and Danger, Mini Workshop on Writing Hot, Basic Worldbuilding.

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The cost is $20 for LVRW members; $25 for non-members

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72fa81d834d74a84f0fac7a3961edb1fTambra knew from the time she was 12 years old she wanted to write romance. All those summers spent at the public library reading Nancy Drew, historical romance and category romance infused her love of the romance genre. Authors who have influenced her writing are Sherrilyn Kenyon, Angela Knight, Deidre Knight, Christina Dodd, Arnette Lamb, Kerrelyn Sparks, Kimberly Raye and Jim Butcher.

In 1994, she joined Romance Writers of America (RWA). Through years of study and hard work, she became a multi-published author writing for epublishers and small press.

Tambra also writes nonfiction.  Her work has been published in magazine, newspaper and trade publications.
In 1990 she illustrated, wrote and self-published a specialty children’s book on ADHD focusing on behavior modification.  A few years later, she took the Institute for Children’s Literature course keeping learning more about writing for children while soaking up all of the information on the craft of romance writing.

Teaching is Tambra’s way to give back to other writers. She’s given workshops to various RWA chapters and for Savvy Authors and occasionally at her local college.

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