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All Write 2022 (Online)

All Write 2022 (Online)

Join us and the Mystery Writers of America, Florida Chapter for a free online workshop with Nancy J. Cohen as she presents Characters and Conflict, designed to help novice and seasoned authors hone their writing skills.

How do you create memorable characters that readers will remember? In this workshop, award-winning author Nancy J. Cohen will discuss how to develop your protagonist and secondary characters, use dialogue, add conflict, and follow genre conventions in regard to plot. Examples of conflict as the engine that drives your story will be given. You will feel confident in being able to create your own main characters and devise subplots for the recurrent cast in a series.

Nancy J. Cohen writes the Bad Hair Day Mysteries featuring South Florida hairstylist Marla Vail. Titles in this series have been named Best Cozy Mystery by Suspense Magazine, won a Readers’ Favorite gold medal and a RONE Award, placed first in the Chanticleer International Book Awards and third in the Arizona Literary Awards. Her nonfiction titles, Writing the Cozy Mystery and A Bad Hair Day Cookbook, have won the FAPA President’s Book Award and the Royal Palm Literary Award. Active in the writing community, Nancy is a past president of Florida Romance Writers and Florida Chapter of MWA. When not busy writing, she enjoys reading, fine dining, cruising, and visiting Disney World. Visit her at https://nancyjcohen.com/

Sponsored by the Cornelia T. Bailey Foundation.

This workshop is on Zoom and registration is required. Please click here to register.

The video is available for on-demand viewing October 9 – October 31.

Related LibGuide: NSU Alvin Sherman Library Writing Workshops by Serena Smith

Saturday, October 8, 2022
12:00 pm - 2:30 pm
Time Zone:
Eastern Time - US & Canada (change)
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