|“You fail only if you stop writing.” —Ray Bradbury|
Wednesday, June 6th: Using the Rule of Six to Strengthen Everything from Plot to Titles:
Join us Wednesday, June 6th at 7:00 p.m. at the Carrollwood Barnes and Noble for an evening with Shirley Jump, author
Capitalize on this technique marketing gurus have used for years to find the “thought not thought of yet” and avoid duplicating a plot line, character quirk or other idea already out there (that you may have seen subconsciously). Then learn how to use this technique to take your writing deeper and draw out more emotion, more conflict…more of everything! It’s truly astounding when you see it in action. With this interactive class, New York Times bestselling author Shirley Jump will show you how to use “Shirley’s Rule of Six” for everything from plot to word choice. The result? More powerful writing that has that unique touch editors today are looking to buy. Benefits of this class include:
About Shirley Jump:
When she’s not writing books, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Shirley Jump competes in triathlons, mostly because all that training lets her justify mid-day naps and a second slice of chocolate cake. She’s published more than 60 books in 24 languages, although she’s too geographically challenged to find any of those countries on a map.
Visit her website at www.ShirleyJump.com for author news and a booklist, and follow her on Facebook at www.Facebook.com/shirleyjump.author for giveaways and deep discussions about important things like chocolate and shoes.