03/18 Writing Women’s Fiction with Margaret Dilloway
Explore an exciting genre with a new SDWI instructor!
Learn how to write a women’s fiction novel from top to bottom. In this fast-moving workshop, you’ll find out what elements you need to include in a well-crafted novel, from empathetic characters to solid plot lines.
At the top, we’ll cover how to outline, and make each scene more nail-biting than the last.
At the bottom, you’ll find out how to be an effective self-editor. The business of publishing will also be covered. Learn how to tell when you’re ready to seek an agent—and how to get one. We’ll discuss the kinds of self-promotion expected of authors these days.
Margaret Dilloway is the author of The Care and Handling of Roses with Thorns, Winner of the American Library Association’s Literary Tastes for Best Women’s Fiction; How to Be an American Housewife; and the upcoming Sisters of Heart and Snow, all from Putnam Books.
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