29 August 2012

Day 5: Mega-PWWorkbook Giveaway

Today we travel to Jane Friedman: Being human at electric speed. Exploring what it means to be a writer in the digital age, with Jane as our host.

The former publisher of Writers Digest writes about herself: "I'm fascinated by the future of media, and how technologies can advance us faster than our hearts can understand. Will we allow the changes to shrink us, make us feel small -- or will be uncover new and better ways of being human."

The dramatic action has a profound affect on the protagonist and over time changes and transforms her in a meaningful way.

Jane knows everything there is about being a writer today. I am proud and honored to celebrate the final stop on our tour with her.

Jane Friedman

Last night was the book launch party for the workbook we're honoring on the tour. Standing room only. Books sold out. Cake devoured. I'll share from my talk the 5 Tips to Immediately Improve Your Plot in an upcoming post. See you over at Jane's.

Mega-giveaway. Merely comment to throw you name in the hat for a free copy of The Plot Whisperer Workbook: Step-by-step Exercises to Help You Create Compelling Stories.

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3) Watch the Monday Morning Plot Book Group Series on YouTube. Scroll down on the right of this post for a directory the book examples and plot elements discussed.

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