Ok...so here's what's coming down the pike for the Cynthia Gael crew!! We've taken our month off, worked on submitting numerous short stories for your reading pleasure, and now, we're back at it. Ready and willing to take on the world and all that it has to offer!!
For those of you who are interested, we'll be teaching a class at the forums on Coffeetime Romance!! Here's the link as well as the description. Now, I expect to have a full class, so be sure you sign up, and come on in!
April 2010-K.G. McAbee/Cynthia Witherspoon Setting the Scene
Each word on the page should be used to draw the reader deeper into the story. Setting each scene, from the background to symbolism, is a crucial part of what grabs the readers and keeps them. Learn the importance of setting the scene and using active and accurate descriptors to make the world of your characters come alive.
Join us as we show you how to make your fantasy world a reality!
- Is alliteration a good thing?
- How much background is too much background?
- Can cutting back on description be a bad thing?
See you there!!