Thursday, May 31, 2012

FFnP Workshop - How To Write An Easy Tell-All Synopsis

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The Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal Chapter of RWA Presents

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What:  How To Write An Easy Tell-All Synopsis -- Presented by Raquel Rodriguez

No need to fear writing that synopsis. With my easy construction technique, utilize worksheets, easy to answer questions plus your characters' goals, motives, conflicts to tell everything about a story. And a character's emotional and romantic journey are as important as the main story. In this workshop I'll show you how to define each element and turning point from beginning hook to the Happily Ever After. Include all essential information and plot points up to the story climax and Big Black Moment. Never again be confused or dread this essential part of selling your story!

Where:            FF&P Yahoo Loops
When: June 4, 2012 through July 1, 2012

Registration Costs:   
This workshop will be conducted via a Yahoo! email loop. Email invitations will be sent 48 hours prior to the beginning of the workshop. Just register for the workshop and complete the payment process via PayPal. The cost is $20.00 for FFnP members and $30.00 for non-FFnP members. Refunds / credits are determined on a case by case basis. If a class should be canceled, then participants have a choice of a credit to be applied to a future workshop or a refund.

Speaker Information:          
Growing up with ghosts, native Texan and author Raquel Rodriguez is used to things that go "bump" 24/7. With a passion for Science Fiction, anything paranormal, Space Opera, and romance, she blends these elements into passionate stories with twists of action and suspense. Raquel has studied, taught and lectured about Parapsychology for over 25 years and loves to add touches of the unusual to her stories. Her personal motto is, "Never give up, never surrender!" from one of her favorite movies, and when not teaching fitness, Belly Dance, or plotting, planning, or writing stories (where her cat usually supervises from her lap), she can be found at SciFi conventions, Renaissance Faires, performing, or experimenting with a new chocolate recipe. FMI, please visit

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