Although we all know WLT’s classes are awesome, unique and invaluable, every so often we receive word about other cool classes going on around Texas.
“The Long Form: Tackling Novels” with Kathleen Kent, held by The Writer’s Garret, is such a class.
Saturday, July 31, 1 PM – 4 PM
Location: Upstairs at Paperbacks Plus
$75 Members / $90 Others
This class will explore ways to create memorable characters and settings, develop an authentic voice, and find the proper pacing for an extended narrative. The course will also examine how personal stories and experiences can be used to promote a finished manuscript through marketing and publicity. You can register for the class here.
Kathleen Kent is the author of The Heretic’s Daughter and a forthcoming prequel The Wolves Of Andover. After living for several years in New York, she returned with her family to Dallas and began writing the book she had always wanted to write: the story of Martha Carrier, the author’s grandmother back 9 generations, who was hanged as a witch in Salem in 1692. Her first novel, The Heretic’s Daughter, has been a New York Times bestselling novel, both in hardcover and in paperback.