Write Track is an informal discussion about writing topics held the second Saturday of each month. There is no charge for attending, though you'll probably want order lunch. We have a discussion lead who will kick things off by introducing the topic and telling a bit about their experience with it. Then it's time for you to ask questions, or share what you've learned about the topic. We have some fun with it and learn a lot.
A story is lifeless if your characters don't connect to your readers.
Character development is essential to all genres of writing, fiction and nonfiction alike.
Let's discuss the five critical elements of character development and what a three dimensional character actually is.
You will hopefully leave this lunch satisfied with a full stomach and with tools to help you capture your reader's attention.
Stacey Smekofske is an energetic, versatile, and responsive editor that helps creative fiction authors craft compelling stories and nonfiction authors build their influence. Stacey has a myriad of life experiences and knowledge that allows her to edit many genres including fantasy, thriller, historical, horror, children’s literature, memoir, business, and self-help. She graduated magna cum laude with a degree in communications and English from BYU Idaho and has been an educator and editor for over 16 years. She is a member of the Idaho Writers Guild, the Idaho Writers and Editors Association, the Northwest Editors Guild, and the American Copy Editors Society (ACES). She has a certificate in copy editing with Poynter University and ACES. She is a huge fan of all creative individuals. With fortitude and compassion, Stacey labors with zealous writers to produce excellent books that thrill readers.
11:30 to 1
Casa Blanca, 5506 W Overland Rd, BoiseRegister