We’ll discuss how to avoid the most common climax and denouement errors and how to ensure the character’s internal story arc is reflected in the resolution of the external plot.
With a little work, you can add humor to your writing just by using these techniques.
Holiday Party TUESDAY, Dec 3, 2019, 6:00 – 8:30 pm.Compton Park at Tampa Palms Location 16101 Compton DriveTampa, FL 33647 Cost and RSVP Cost is $10.00 payable to TWA.Please RSVP to Annette Masters by November 20th. Open mic night Bring…
ng the first page of your novel to read aloud, and receive instant constructive critique to improve your work.
lle Ire (pantser/plantser) and Jose Pablo Iriarte (plotter) will explore the pros and cons of writing methods and reveal what it’s like when two very different kinds of writers live under the same roof.
Join us the first Wednesday of the month for excellent speakers. In August, Lorin Oberweger will “Dive Deep into Viewpoint.”
TWA’s instant gratification, very short story contest will offer blind judging, immediate feedback, and first, second & third place prizes!
Join us Wednesday, June 5th, at 6:30 pm to learn about crafting the best ending for your story.
Learn the best balance of Scene and Sequel and how to use them to easily ramp up the tension and conflict in your novel in this interactive class with New York Times bestselling author Shirley Jump.
“A Discussion on Diversity” will give writers a better grasp of the subject matter and make writers more confident writing diverse characters.