Conflict in Storytelling Workshop
“Conflict” with Cassandra Carr – August (All Month – in the Forum)
Stories without conflict are too boring to read. But how does one keep the conflict up, from scene-to-scene, especially across a longer work, until it builds to a denouement that reads like a tidal wave of resolution, especially in the bedroom? No matter where you are in your writing career, can you really afford to miss a training as pithy as this one? Register now to avoid future regret!
Conflict – The three pillars of character development are goal, motivation, and conflict. In this course, we will concentrate on conflict, both internal and external, and give specific instruction on how to use conflict to make your story more compelling. This course is geared toward beginning writers as well as more experienced writers.
Cassandra Carr is a multi-award winning writer. When not writing she enjoys rooting for her beloved hockey team – the Buffalo Sabres, taking her daughter on grand adventures, and binge watching TV shows. Cassandra’s books have won numerous “Best Book Of” awards and her novella Power Shift (former title Unexpected Top) was nominated in the E-book Erotic Romance category of RT’s Reviewers’ Choice Awards.
She thinks the best part of being a writer is penning stories in her made-up worlds while most others struggle with commutes, micro-managing bosses and cranky co-workers.
Workshop fees: $20 – members/ $30 – non-members