This past weekend I taught at the Kanab Writers Conference. Rather than making the nice people who attended my class write everything down, I told them I’d post this to my website (I even added a few points that I had talked about, but weren’t written down). So here are the notes: KWC class. If you would like clarification on anything, please ask in the comment section and I’ll do my best to get back to you quickly.
If you’d like more in-depth information about some of the topics, you may be interested in looking at these blog posts:
Why Repetition Can Make Your Book Better (guest post on another website)
Writing from the Opposite Gender’s Point of View
Storymakers Wrap-up (includes notes from a class I taught on Historical Fiction)
Creating Flawed but Likeable Characters (guest post on another website)
How to Cut 16% of Your Manuscript and Still Like Your Novel
And here are some great books on writing: