Tuesday, September 21st, 2021
Live Seminar Via Zoom 6PM – 9PM CST
Any questions about this class? Use the Chat Button (lower left) to talk with us.
Led by Alex Temblador, author of the Starred Kirkus novel, Secrets of the Casa Rosada, and an award-winning freelance writer.
You've got a great idea for a book -- now what?
This one-day seminar will help you take a great idea and shape it into your 'book plan.' Alex will discuss the benefits of outlining and help you develop a plan for the elements of a great book, including setting, characters, plot, and more.
Bring a pen, paper, and your great idea, and leave with a better understanding of your story and what it'll take to write and finish your book.
YOU'LL TAKE HOME:
- An overview of outlining and exercises relating to character, setting, and plot development.
TAKE THIS CLASS IF:
- You want guidance as you plot and plan your next book.
- You're finding the constraints of your current writing practice too limiting.
- You want exposure to a range of new approaches to bring to your writing practice.
- You want an expanded sense of what is possible in your work.
This class will meet via Zoom on Tuesday, September 21st, 2021 from 6PM - 9PM CST
You can pay for the course in full or use Affirm to pay over time with equal Monthly Payments. Both options are available at checkout.
Alex Temblador | Live via Zoom
Tuesday, September 21, 2021 | 6PM – 9PM CST
Seminar is fully ONLINE and meets via Zoom
Instructor Alex Temblador is the award-winning author of Secrets of the Casa Rosada and an award-winning freelance writer. She received an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Central Oklahoma and has since been a freelance writer for the last six years. Her Starred Kirkus novel has won such accolades as the NACCS 2019 Tejas Foco Young Adult Award, MG/YA Discovery Prize Winner of Writers League of Texas Book Awards, and Kirkus' Best of YA Books of 2018. Alex has two upcoming anthology publications, her creative work has been published in PALABRITAS and Cigale Literary Magazine, and her articles have appeared in outlets like Conde Nast Traveler, National Geographic, Dwell, Texas Monthly Architectural Digest, Lonely Planet, The Daily Beast, Travel + Leisure, D Magazine, Shondaland among many others. In addition to being the moderator and brains behind Dallas' newest author panel series, LitTalk, Alex travels the world for her writing career and offers writing presentations and workshops at high schools, universities, and conferences in the U.S.