Character Workshop: Hidden Motivations and Outside Influences with Danielle Joseph (online event) In-Person
In this workshop, you can find out how to bring out those hidden motivations and outside influences that can shape your characters whether they make it onto the page or remain part of the backstory. Learn how to listen to the signals already provided by your characters and plotline to help make your story jump off the page.
DANIELLE JOSEPH is the author of the 2021 CBC Notable Social Studies picture book, I Want to Ride the Tap Tap and the middle grade novel, Sydney A. Frankel's Summer Mix-Up, which Kirkus Reviews says, "Big secrets, best friends and pitch-perfect characters drive this funny, touching story. " In addition, Danielle has written three young adult novels--Shrinking Violet, Indigo Blues, and Pure Red. Shrinking Violet was adapted into the 2012 Disney Channel movie, Radio Rebel starring Debby Ryan. Danielle has a BFA in Creative Writing and an MA in Marketing Communications and Advertising, both from Emerson College in Boston, Mass. She is a former middle school creative writing teacher and has been teaching writing workshops for over twelve years. Danielle was born in Cape Town, South Africa and currently lives in Maryland with her husband and three children.
This workshop is on Zoom and registration is required. Please click here to register.
The video is available for on-demand viewing February 13 – March 28.
Related LibGuide: NSU Alvin Sherman Library Writing Workshops by Serena Smith
- Saturday, February 12, 2022
- 2:00pm - 3:00pm
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- Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)