Instructor: Sarah Hamer
June 4 – 30; Fee: $75
Getting your story set up is hard, right? Nailing all those plot points and inciting incidents and black moments in the perfect place is like trying to scratch that hard-to-reach place on your back.
I can teach you an easier way. I’ll teach you how to use your main character’s vices and virtues to craft a three-act, eight-sequence outline that gives you a starting block for your story. We’ll cover:
— character archetypes
— character traits
— why and how we break our stories into eight equal parts
— how to create a character arc that is an integral part of your story
Sarah (Sally) Hamer is eternally fascinated by people and how they ‘tick’ and works hard to incorporate individual idiosyncrasies to create living, breathing characters in her many works of fiction. She writes in many genres – mystery, science fiction, fantasy, romance, medieval history, non-fiction – and has won awards at both local and national levels, including two Golden Heart finals.
A teacher of beginning and advanced creative fiction writing and screenwriting at Louisiana State University – S for over ten years, she also is a book coach, with many of her students and critique partners becoming successful, award-winning authors.