Kansas City, MO (PressExposure) July 13, 2011 -- M E D I A R E L E A S E
CONTACT: Suzanne Lieurance
Page by page in a picture book and chapter by chapter in a children's novel, the pace of the plot can make or break your manuscript. We'll look at examples of effective and well-paced plots and learn strategies to improve your own.
On Thursday, July 14, 2011, Nancy I. Sanders will present a special tele-workshop for the Advanced Members of the CWCC at 12 Noon CDT. The topic of this tele-workshop will be "Pacing the Plot and Pitfalls to Avoid."
This tele-workshop will cover:
A look at the pros and how published authors pace winning plots
Outlines and charts
Pitfalls to Avoid
Answers to your questions about pacing the plot
NOTE: This tele-workshop is only available for those at the Advanced Membership [http://www.cwcoachingclub.com/join] level of the Children's Writers' Coaching Club.
About the instructor:
Nancy is the bestselling author of over 75 books including D is for Drinking Gourd: An African American Alphabet, selected for the IRA Teacher's Choices List as well as other awards (Sleeping Bear Press, illustrated by E. B. Lewis). Her credits include board books, novelty books, beginning readers, picture books, middle grade novels and books for teachers. Her column for children's writers has appeared in The Writer's online magazine, the Christian Communicator, and the Institute of Children's Literature eNews.
About the Advanced CWCC:
Advanced membership in the CWCC is just $37.00 per month and includes all the features of Regular membership PLUS the following:
1. Special recorded teleclass called "How to Critique Manuscripts" along with a checklist for critiquing manuscripts.
2. Peer Critique Groups
3. Monthly 55-minute advanced level teleclass/workshop (for published authors).
4. A monthly worksheet, chart, checklist or other document to accompany the monthly teleclass/workshop.
5. Free e-book called The Write Answers about children's writing - offered exclusively upon initial sign-up.
Club members also have the opportunity to network daily via an online discussion list with other members of the CWCC, as well as the instructors.
Visit the Children's Writers' Coaching Club online at [http://www.cwcoachingclub.com] to learn more about the club.