Published On: Fri, Oct 29th, 2021

Workshops for Quality Storytelling

by Vicki Totten  
“Only write from your own passion, your own truth. That’s the only thing you really know about, and anything else leads you away from the pulse.” — Marianne Williamson As a writer, deciding who will tell your story and then digging deep in order to tell the truth, can lead to quality storytelling.

And just as important is knowing how to effectively revise your story, and how to deal with rejection. All of these topics will be covered in four different November workshops offered on-line by the San Miguel Literary Sala. 
1. Who’s in Charge Here? Choosing the Right Point of View for Your Story with Annie Tucker on Nov. 10, 3:00–6:20 p.m. CST.
Instructor Annie Tucker will help fiction writers identify all points of view available to them and which one to use to have a consistent narrator tell the story. Participants will do a series of exercises and take away a heightened understanding of how to plumb the depths of their characters’ minds and ensure that their audiences have the reliable narrators they need to guide them through the novel.  Tucker is a ghost writer, writing coach, and developmental editor with 22 years of experience. She specializes in literary and commercial fiction, memoir and narrative nonfiction and has edited more than 700 books.
San Miguel Literary Sala



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