The easiest way into a reader's mind is through your story-telling ability. POV (Point of View) is the vehicle to the tale. Make it strong, use Deep POV to reveal your character's full tapestry of sensations. Add punch to your writing and let the reader feel it. This is not about your typical first person point of view. Get inside your character's mind and you will be inside your reader's mind.
We all have stories, even those of us who do not necessarily think of themselves as storytellers or think of their own lives as particularly notable. No life is free from conflict, and conflict--sometimes small, sometimes larger--is the essence of a narrative. During this workshop, William Bradley--author of Fractals--will discuss how we turn our own unique situations into stories, sharing exercises and tips for crafting autobiographical fiction and narrative nonfiction.
Hancock County Genealogical Society Meeting
You have written a bunch of words. Now what? Edit that manuscript and publish it. Learn how to format your manuscript, omit unnecessary words, fix common POB errors, check for consistency, standardize verb tense, and more. Whether you are self-publishing or submitting to an agent, this workshop can help you polish your manuscript.
The September 21 at 6:00 p.m. bring the 1971 Italian Horror film Something Creepy in the Dark directed by Mario Colucci. The film starts American Farley Granger, and Italians Lucia Bose and Giacomo Rossi-Stuart. With a moody score by the famed composer Angelo Francesco Lavagnino, this film brings two of Italian cinema's most exploitative genres, The Gothic and the Giallo, and mixes them up for a unique horror film blend. Presented by Chris Spradlin.