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Making Your Characters Suffer by Creating Conflict and Tension

with Karyn Good

When: Sunday, April 19th, 2020, 1:30 p.m. - 4 p.m.
Where: The George Bothwell Library, Southland Mall (2965 Gordon Road, Regina)
Cost: Free
 
Making Your Characters Suffer by Creating Conflict and Tension

Memorable, multifaceted characters and riveting plots thrive on conflict, a very necessary element to writing great romance, or any story. In this workshop, we'll break down the story into three parts: beginning, middle, and end, and discuss ways to help ensure there is enough tension and conflict present in each section. We’ll talk about essential plot elements and creating complex characters and brainstorm ideas on how to keep stories moving forward.


Registration:

Participation will be limited to 25 participants. Advance registration is required and will open on February 21, 2020. Please check back for the registration link.

You will register with your library card online through the Regina Public Library website. If you do not have a library card and would like to still register, please call any Regina Public Library Branch and they can register you. 

Presented in partnership with the Regina Public Library’s month-long “Writes of Spring” programming – a celebration of readers and writers.


Karyn Good grew up on the Canadian prairies and she's still there loving every minute. She writes romantic suspense featuring strong heroines and the men who love them. In the pages of her books, you'll find danger, passion, and a winding path of twists and turns that lead to forever.

To see more of Karyn, please visit: 

Website
Blog
Facebook Author Page
Instagram
Twitter
Goodreads
Pinterest
Amazon.com

 


For more information, please contact:
Cat Abenstein, Program Coordinator
T: 306.791.7746
E: swgevents@skwriter.com

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