You can find the December Write Brain FREE online today by clicking HERE.
The December Write Brain workshop is The Writer's Toolbox: Dialogue and Characterization, originally presented by Giles Carwyn at the 2008 Pikes Peak Writers Conference.
Description: An avalanche of practical tips for creating characters that don't think and sound just like you. Workshop will cover: Enneagram personality profiles, shortcuts for sketching minor characters, set up and pay off in dialogue, tapping into subtext, driving plot with dialogue, avoiding "on the nose" and unfocused conversations, crafting a well-placed zinger, hanging dialogue from scene structure, and using action and inter-character tension to spice up exposition.
PPW Open Critique will be tomorrow, Wednesday, December 19, from 6:30 to 8:30 P.M. at Cottonwood Center for the Arts, 427 E. Colorado Avenue. Anyone may attend, but for a chance at having up to 8 pages of your manuscript critiqued, you need to RSVP. For more information, including the email address to RSVP for, click HERE.
There will be no PPW Night at Poor Richard's this month, due to the regular date falling on Christmas Eve. We hope to see you January 28, though!