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Upcoming 2015 Online Workshops



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November 2014

Me & Chi: Increase your creativity and health with Tai Chi and meditation for writers

Presented by Pat Hauldren
Dates: Nov 3-14, 2014

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January

Funny Business: Secrets to Writing Funny for Novels and Short Stories (2 weeks)

Presented by Steve Shrott
Dates: Jan 2014

Course Description:

Do you want to write a funny novel or short story? Or perhaps you’d like to add humor to the book you’ve already written? Then this is the course for you. Some of the areas covered include—
• The difference between funny and humorous.
• What makes something fun to read.
• The importance of character.
• The three main places to use humor.
• Specific techniques that will improve your ability to make your novel or short story humorous.
• Joke constructions and patterns that help us get laughs.
• Learning how the masters, such as Janet Evanovich, make their novels funny.
• Editing the humor.

Instructor Bio:
Steve Shrott has written comedy material for many well-known stage and TV performers. He’s also taught “how to” courses on humor at various institutions such as The Learning Annex. Some of his jokes are in The Smithsonian Institute. He has completed two novels and his short fiction has appeared in numerous online and print publications. Several of his stories have been published in anthologies such as “The Killer Wore Cranberry: A Second Helping.”


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Whose Head Are We In … The Nitty Gritty of POV

Presented by Susan Palmquist
Dates: Jan 2014

Course Description:
One of the first mistakes new writers make is running afoul of slips in Point of View and being guilty of the dreaded head-hopping syndrome. It’s a mistake that shouts amateur writer to an editor and is easily fixed. In this workshop you’ll learn all about POV, what it is, what it can do for every aspect of your story, how to avoid head-hopping, and knowing whose POV to use to tell your story.


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February

I used to hate writing the synopsis but not anymore

Presented by Susan Palmquist
Dates: Feb 2014

Course Description:

This workshop used to cover only synopsis writing but will now include query letters, blurbs and taglines so writers have a complete package to submit at the end of the workshop.


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How to Write Fast Again

Presented by Peter Andrews
Dates: Feb 2014

Course Description:
Crank up the efficiency and get that novel, short story, article or script DONE. Through exercises, evaluations, tips and technologies, you can learn to write faster. Discover how to break through blocks, get ideas, develop plots, draft and polish in less time without losing quality.

Course Topics:
•Identifying obstacles to writing and remedies
• Questions that help build plots, arguments, scenes and synopses
• Developing your process notebook so you can write for results
• Technology that speeds your writing
• Fast identification of prose problems and checklists for rewriting
• Dealing with distractions
• Measurements that keep you on track
• Writer’s block and how to use it

Instructional Methods: Handouts, group discussions, writing samples, exercises.

Expected Outcomes – by the end of the course, students should be able to:
• Recognize obstacles to writing and avoid them
• Use checklists and questions to create and organize material
• Create stories and articles more quickly
• Adapt and document known processes for writing that fit their style and intent


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March

Crafting the Short Story

Presented by Susan Palmquist
Dates: Mar 2014

Course Description:

With the growth of the online market and e-books, there are more opportunities for writing short stories. This workshop is for those writers who want to give the shorter format a try, or for the beginning writer who wants to use short story writing as a stepping stone to novel writing. The workshop covers such things as differences in writing in long and short forms, finding the right story for the shorter format, plot, characterization, mistakes most writers make, and markets for short stories.


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Writing the Page Turning Novel (2 weeks)

Presented by Steve Shrott
Dates: Mar 2014

Course Description:

In this two week workshop, you’ll learn how to write a novel that hooks the reader from beginning to end. Some of the subjects we’ll cover are–

• Creating ideas that excite the reader.
• Strategies for making your main character compelling.
• What we can learn from thrillers.
• How movies can help us write books that hook.
• Case studies of top writers whose books are page-turners.
• Why you must structure your novel, and how you can do it, even if you’re a pantster like me.
So, if you want to write a book that will keep your reader glued to the page, join us for the fun.


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How Not to Pick an Editor

Presented by Sascha Illyvich
Dates: Mar 2014

Course Description:
Sascha Illyvich: How Not to Pick an Editor


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April

Intensive Journey Cycle Workshop (6 weeks)

Presented by Robin Matheson
Dates: Apr 2014

Course Description:

To reach a satisfying ending to any story, be it romance or another genre, each step in the Journey requires careful deliberation if your hero or heroine is to pass the Glass Slipper Test.

This course uses the familiar, symbolic world of Fairy Tales to reinterpret 1. the full Hero’s Journey and, 2. crucial psychological factors facing the protagonist at key points in the story. As a story building tool, the course examines the protagonist’s choices and actions and poses a series of questions about each stage in the Journey.

Geared to intermediate and above writers who are looking to develop or revise a work-in-progress, this intensive 6 week workshop includes lectures, charts and examples, plus lots of opportunity for Q&A. A series of assignments will also allow participants to receive feedback on their story.

Instructor Bio:

Award winning author Robin Matheson holds an honors specialist degree in Classical Civilization and English and a Master of Education. She’s taught numerous courses at college, overseas and, more recently, online courses on writing. One of Robin’s greatest passions is traveling. In addition to their home base, she and her family have also lived in South East Asia and South Africa. Visit her at www.robiemadison.com.


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Sins Against the Sentence and How to Atone for Them (4 weeks, 11 lessons)

Presented by MM Pollard, acquisitions editor, Black Velvet Seductions
Dates: Apr 2014

Course Description:
What is your manuscript? A collection of related sentences that tells a story.

Your story lives or dies on the sentences you write to tell your story. Are your sentences interesting and varied or boring and the same? Do you know the difference between a sentence and a fragment? Can you say why using run-on sentences is a bad idea? When is long too long?

In this four-week workshop, MM Pollard will cover what a writer needs to know to write spectacular sentences that make his reader want to keep reading. In eleven lessons, she will cover
the sentence, fragments, fused sentences, comma splices, overly long sentences, flabby sentences, errors in compounding and subordinating, and boring sentences, plus two reviews.

Homework: yes, there will be homework. MM hopes you think of homework as opportunities for mini-edits by an editor (MM).

Instructor Bio:

In her current position as acquisitions editor for Black Velvet Seductions, as an English teacher for fifteen years, and the MM in Workshops with MM, MM Pollard has helped writers find and correct ungrammatical grammar, misused usage, problematic punctuation, and poor writing in their work.

MM has helped many writers improve their language and writing skills through her fun workshops. Yes, the basics of English composition can be fun! She has presented or will present workshops on Writers Online Classes, Savvy Authors, Orange County RWA, and Celtic Hearts RWA, just to name a few. She is sure she can help you, too, master the fundamentals of English composition.

MM’s Fundamentals of English


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May

Bigger Stories

Presented by Peter Andrews
Dates: May 2014

Course Description:

Fire up your readers with twists, turns, shock, and awe. Learn how to demand more from your characters and to create endings that buzz. Don’t hold back. Find out how to take you stories from good to great.


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Some Like It Hot: Writing the Erotic Romance

Presented by Louisa Bacio
Dates: May 2014

Course Description:

Let’s talk about sex. Whether you’re writing a short story, novella or a full-length novel, an erotic thriller, paranormal or historical romance, the basics of the Erotic Romance remain the same: it’s all about plot and keeping it hot.
And, if one looks at the book offerings available from various traditional and e-book publishers: Readers like it steamy.
The workshop will cover the basics of characterization and motivation, and then delve into the heart: The sex scene(s). When writing about the physical aspects of love, it takes more than the cliché of “putting tab A into slot B.” The love scenes need to come organically from the work that’s being created, and the reader needs to believe in the connection.
When it comes to pacing, workshop attendees will learn how not to give it all up right away. In the second half of the class, we’ll look at how various genres handle the subject and situations. Finally, we’ll close out with tips for publishing, the query process and potential markets.

Adult Content: Note that with the subject matter of this workshop, the language may become explicit. Come with an open mind, and be prepared to learn.

Instructor Bio:
A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels. Releases include the erotic paranormal series The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf; several titles in the 1Night Stand series with Decadent; and For Men with Ellora’s Cave.
Bacio shares her household with a supportive husband, two daughters growing “too fast,” and a multitude pet craziness: two dogs, five fish tanks, an aviary, hamsters, rabbits, hermit crabs and rolly pollies. In her other life, she teaches college classes in English, journalism and popular culture. In addition to writing and editing, Bacio teaches college courses in English, journalism, film studies and popular culture.


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June

Improving Your Author Blog

Presented by Beth Marrow
Dates: Jun 2014

Course Description:

Beth Marrow: Improving Your Author Blog


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Writing The Continuing Series

Presented by Susan Palmquist
Dates: Jun 2014

Course Description:

Do you have an idea for more than one book featuring the same characters? If so, this workshop will show you how to cultivate the idea and plan out not only the first book, but future books too. The lessons will take you from brainstorming to creating three dimensional characters, how to keep track of who’s who and what’s what. Examples of successful series books. Pitfalls and potential markets.
Susan Palmquist is the author of three ongoing series, Perfect Pairing, Kalispell Shifters, and Big Sky Ranch.


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Essential Sales Skills for Authors

Presented by Ruth Kaufman
Dates: Jun 2014

Course Description:

To grow readership and succeed in today’s rapidly changing marketplace, learn how to apply 10 sales and marketing strategies gleaned from more than a decade of sales/marketing experience.

Many authors know they need to sell themselves and their projects but don’t know how. I’ve earned multiple national sales performance awards at two corporations, and apply territory management, persuasive speaking and negotiation skills to help authors as they network, submit and promote themselves and their manuscripts.

Instructor Bio:
On any given day, 2011 Golden Heart Winner® and American Title II runner up Ruth Kaufman could be rejected by a literary or talent agent, editor, casting director, producer, client, or, being single, a man. So she co-wrote Find Your Inner Fabulous, a national Indie Excellence Book Award® winner, which provides a roadmap to greater self-esteem even in the face of setbacks.

Her true short story “The Scrinch,” is in St. Martin’s anthology The Spirit of Christmas, foreword by Debbie Macomber. In her pursuit of traditional publication, she’s garnered contest accolades for seven manuscripts and more than a dozen revision letters.

Ruth is an on-camera and voiceover talent, freelance writer and editor with years of award-winning corporate marketing and training experience. She has a JD and MS in TV/Radio, and presents workshops for actors and authors. Learn more at www.ruthjkaufman.com and www.ruthtalks.com.


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July

Punctuating Your Way to a Contract (4 weeks, 12 lessons)

Presented by MM Pollard
Dates: Jul 2014

Course Description:

Are you guilty of apostrophe apathy? Has comma chaos taken over your writing? Does simply thinking about punctuating dialogue give you hives? If so, fear not. During this workshop, MM Pollard, editor with Black Velvet Seductions, will use her unique way of distilling information that will have you punctuating like a pro, and editors will notice.

MM throws in a bit of humor to make the lessons much more fun than your jr. high English classes were. Cross her heart!

She will cover in this month-long workshop
Lessons 1, 2: apostrophe use with singular and plural nouns; to show dual ownership; with numbers, dates, letters, and words mentioned as words;

Lessons 3-8: comma use in introductory words and phrases, in non-restrictive clauses and participial phrases; commas in compound and complex sentences; the dreaded comma splice; dash and parentheses use and how they differ from commas; the comma conventions;

Lessons 9, 10: punctuation in dialogue; comma, period, question mark, quotation marks, em-dash, and ellipses

Lesson 11: those other marks you have no clue how to use but might need to some day because you are a writer now

Lesson 12: review of all punctuation marks covered in workshop

Yes, there will be homework with each lesson. MM was an English teacher for fifteen years, after all.

Reward for doing your homework: MM’s feedback on every assignment turned in. Think of homework as opportunities for mini-edits by an editor.


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Writing a Short Story for Anthology Call-Out

Presented by Louisa Bacio
Dates: Jul 2014

Course Description:

Beginning writers are often told to: “Write the story you want to read, not what someone else might want to see.” This class, instead, deals with catering a short story specifically to a publisher’s request for submissions. Regularly, editors and publishers list upcoming anthologies and the types of stories they’re looking to include.

The course will explore current call-outs, and students will be encouraged to write specifically for one anthology and to submit the work at the end of the course. Basic crafting of a short story, such as development, characterization, plot structure & dialogue also will be covered. Since most short stories fall within 2,500 to 5,000 words, we’ll also look at ways to making word choice count and address the editing process.

End Goal: Come prepared to write! Student should write at least one new story during the course and actually send it out for submission. We want to see some publication success with this course.

Schedule:

Week 1: Idea to inspiration
Getting started & plotting

Week 2: Characterization and pacing

Week 3: Realistic dialogue and thematic development

Week 4: Critique process, polishing and submissions

Length: 4 weeks
Level: Mixed

Instructor Bio:

A Southern California native, Louisa Bacio can’t imagine living far away from the ocean. The multi-published author of erotic romance enjoys writing within all realms – from short stories to full-length novels. Releases include the erotic paranormal series The Vampire, The Witch & The Werewolf; several titles in the 1Night Stand series with Decadent; and For Men with Ellora’s Cave.
Bacio shares her household with a supportive husband, two daughters growing “too fast,” and a multitude pet craziness: two dogs, five fish tanks, an aviary, hamsters, rabbits, hermit crabs and rolly pollies. In her other life, she teaches college classes in English, journalism and popular culture. In addition to writing and editing, Bacio teaches college courses in English, journalism, film studies and popular culture.


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August

Beginning WordPress

Presented by Pepper O’Neal
Dates: Aug 2014

Course Description:

This class will focus on understanding the basic functions of the WordPress backend. It will include: making posts and pages, adding images, copying and pasting from one post or page to another, creating links, connecting your social media links for FaceBook, Twitter, etc., using plugins, widgets, and themes, creating parent and child pages, using menus, and customizing the look and feel of your site. In short, everything you need to set a website or blog and make it uniquely yours. The class lasts four weeks.
LESSON PLAN FOR BEGINNING WP CLASS:

• Navigating the Back End of WordPress

• Understanding Themes: Changing the Look of Your Site Through Themes

• Customizing the Themes: Changing the Header and Background.

• Understanding the Difference Between Posts & Pages: What They Are; How to Use Them

• Adding Images & Links

• Things you can do to Jazz up your site. Using Asides and Widgets

• Working with Plugins: Understanding Plugins, Some Plugins You Must Have, Setting Up FB & Twitter Links on Your Site

• Some Things You Need to Know About the Web and Websites

Instructor Bio:
Pepper O’Neal has a doctorate in education and has taught a number of adult education classes on many different subjects. She currently works as a freelance researcher and author. When she was told by both of her publishers that she needed to have a website, she realized she needed to finally join the age of technology. She also realized she had two options. She could pay someone to design the site for her, or she could to do it herself. As she hates depending on others for things involving her career, she decided to learn how to use the free web-design software WordPress and Joomla. She took classes, hired experts for tutors, and picked the brains of her web-designer friends. After designing her own websites, she decided she liked doing it, and now she designs websites for others.


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Making Your Newsletter Work for You

Presented by Mary Caelsto
Dates: Aug 2014

Course Description:

A newsletter is an author’s most important sales tool, yet authors fall into one of two camps. Either they believe newsletters can be powerful tools for reader engagement and drive book sales, or authors believe newsletters are a pain. Yet with a few simple tools and tricks, authors can turn their newsletters from ho-hum to awesome and connect with more readers than ever before. In this class, based on the Four Squares of Publishing™, authors will learn how to utilize their newsletters as sales, while avoiding common pitfalls of sending and crafting newsletters. Whether author have a single book or a hundred published, this is an important course to help make precious promotion time even more powerful and generate more sales.

Instructor Bio:

Mary Caelsto lives in the Ozarks with her husband, and a menagerie of animals including an opinionated parrot, a couple of spoiled horses, a not-so-itty-bitty kitty committee, a charmed chicken and his flock, and an office rabbit. She spends her days helping authors as The Muse Charmer, providing holistic support so authors can increase productivity, prosperity, and be in love with their writing careers. When not working as the Muse Charmer, she writes several varieties of romance under a couple of different pen names, and as Mary Caelsto she writes nonfiction and alternate history. Learn more about her work and grab her free gift at http://www.musecharmer.com and http://www.marycaelsto.com


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Writing from the Male POV

Presented by Sascha Illyvich
Dates: Aug 2014

Course Description:
In this workshop, learn the ins and outs of character creation from a side of romance we rarely hear from, the male romance reader/writer! Erotic Romance author Sascha Illyvich shares with us tips on how to create more memorable heroes, avoid some common pitfalls and have more fun with our writing!
What you’ll learn from this class
•Male Archetypes and how they affect our characters
•How (il)logical men think and why they act the way they do
•How to take any male character from any movie/story and modify him to fit your story
•How to get your man to express his true “self”
•What men REALLY care about and how to work with that for your characters*
•A man’s self view*
•The GAY MALE Viewpoint*
•The Male Cycle of Emotions and how it compares to the female cycle of emotions
•A man’s journey in life
•What men really think
A few extras
Using character creations sheets (don’t groan!) that have all the relevant information you’ll need, you’ll be able to craft male characters that are just as deep as your female characters. Getting inside the heads of your male characters is the most important aspect of “how to write” them.
Cross gender writing can make or break an author’s career if they cannot portray the opposite gender clearly and accurately. With the growing popularity of M/M romances, it’s becoming increasingly important for males to be portrayed in the proper light! We’ll cover all that here and a lot more over the next week.


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September

Advanced WordPress

Presented by Pepper O’Neal
Dates: Sep 2014

Course Description:
Now that you have your website or blog set up, it’s time to get creative. This course will focus on advanced customizing of WordPress sites. It will include: installing WordPress on your home computer and creating a webhost server that is not connected to the internet so that you can test ideas in a risk-free environment, troubleshooting your site when it crashes, creating custom menus, importing and exporting content from different sources, creating user-friendly permalinks, search engine optimization, and using the WordPress community forum. The class lasts four weeks.

LESSON PLAN FOR ADVANCED WP CLASS:

• Setting up WP on your home computer: working with local host for both Mac and PC.
• Working with menus: creating custom menus, putting menus in your sidebar.
• Playing around in the WP Content Folder and troubleshooting: what to do if you crash your site.
• Fun things you can do with your site: embedding videos and adding images from the web.
• Optimizing your site for search engines, part 1.
• Optimizing your site for search engines, part 2.
• Going live, part 1: uploading your practice site to the web.
• Going live, part 2.


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Can We Talk: Discuss your writing with confidence

Presented by Ruth Kaufman
Dates: Sep 2014

Course Description:

Whether published or not, many authors aren’t comfortable talking about their work with agents, editors, other authors or even potential readers. As an actress, public speaker and experienced salesperson, I offer tips and exercises to help authors concisely and effectively discuss and pitch their work.

Instructor Bio:
On any given day, 2011 Golden Heart Winner® and American Title II runner up Ruth Kaufman could be rejected by a literary or talent agent, editor, casting director, producer, client, or, being single, a man. So she co-wrote Find Your Inner Fabulous, a national Indie Excellence Book Award® winner, which provides a roadmap to greater self-esteem even in the face of setbacks.

Her true short story “The Scrinch,” is in St. Martin’s anthology The Spirit of Christmas, foreword by Debbie Macomber. In her pursuit of traditional publication, she’s garnered contest accolades for seven manuscripts and more than a dozen revision letters.

Ruth is an on-camera and voiceover talent, freelance writer and editor with years of award-winning corporate marketing and training experience. She has a JD and MS in TV/Radio, and presents workshops for actors and authors. Learn more at www.ruthjkaufman.com and www.ruthtalks.com.


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GROW A BOOK: Turning your story idea into a workable plot (3 weeks)

Presented by Cathy Chant
Dates: Sep 2014

Course Description:

Do you have a story idea but aren’t sure what to do next? Have you started writing a story, but now find your plot stuck in a corner? Have you lost interest in your story idea because the plot became boring? Whether you’re a plotter who loves to outline or a pantser who prefers to hit the open road without a map, a broad strokes outline can help you “grow you book” from the seed of an idea into a full-blown story and avoid the pitfall of the unworkable plot.

The lessons in the Grow a Book workshop guide you in creating a broad strokes outline at the “idea” stage, so you get the “big picture” of the story right away and can more easily spot and correct plot problems, such as the sagging middle or superficial conflict, before they become writing roadblocks that waste your time. If you’re stuck in a story, the broad strokes outline can help pinpoint where you might have taken a wrong turn and guide you back to the right course. You don’t necessarily need to write a bad “rough” draft. A little planning can save you a lot of time during revisions. And a broad strokes outline, which only hits the high points of the story to keep you on track, won’t bog you down with so many details you feel stifled. You can still write by the seat of your pants, if that’s your style, but the outline offers you some boundaries so you don’t disappear into the weeds and have to start all over.

As a bonus, your outline quickly converts into a brief synopsis with only a little editing and gives you a head start on your query letter.

The instructor will give feedback on all homework and offer students the opportunity to submit homework privately if they don’t feel comfortable sharing their plot ideas in a public forum. Students who complete all the exercises will have a broad strokes outline and a draft of a brief synopsis completed by the end of the workshop.

NOTE: This workshop was previously entitled “Avoid the Rough: Turning Your Story Idea Into a Workable Plot”

Instructor Bio:

Catherine Chant is a PRO member of the Romance Writers of America (RWA) and a Golden Heart® finalist. She worked for fifteen years at Boston College as a computing & communications consultant before becoming a full-time writer. During her writing career, Catherine has been a plotter, a pantser and everything in between–the process seems to change with each project. But what hasn’t changed is the use of a broad strokes outline to keep her on target. Her first novel, WISHING YOU WERE HERE, a young adult rock ‘n’ roll time travel romance, is available at Amazon.com. She has also written two Vampire Diaries novellas for Amazon’s Kindle Worlds program, and is working on a new young adult novel. You can visit her online at http://www.catherinechant.com


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October

NaNoWriMo Success

Presented by Peter Andrews
Dates: Oct 2014

Course Description:

The biggest writing event of the year, November’s National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) can help you build good habits, clarify your commitment to writing, and rediscover the joy of storytelling. It may even catalyze the creation of a wonderful book. Learn how to get the most out of this Ironman event of writing (completing a 50,000 word novel in just 30 days!) through preparation, focus, proven techniques, and attitude. And find out how you can keep the momentum going into the months and years ahead.


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When Phrases Dangle … ( 8 lessons, 4 weeks)

Presented by MM Pollard, editor, Black Velvet Seductions
Dates: Oct 2014

Course Description:

My pet peeve is participial phrases. Why? They dangle, they show up where they don’t belong, and they imply simultaneity with the main verb in the sentence, most of the time, illogically.

Do you write sentences like this?
Standing on the ladder, his hands made quick work of replacing the worn shutters.
Walking beside me, I gave Foster a pat on his back.
Marilyn hugged David with all her strength, praying that he wouldn’t pull away.
Undressing slowly to tease Rob, April flipped her skirt to him with her high-heeled foot.

If so, you need this workshop.

In eight lessons, students will learn how to identify participial phrases in their writing, evaluate the use and placement of them, correct the problem phrases, and revise to eliminate participial phrases entirely.

Of course, there will be homework. Consider it practice and an opportunity for mini-edits by an editor.


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