In March and April 2016 I’ll be teaching an online lecture for the International Thriller Writers’ Online Thriller School.
Here’s the gist, from ITW:
“In this seven-week program, which begins March 14nd, 2016, the craft of thriller writing will be front and center. Each instructor will teach an aspect of craft though a podcast, written materials that include further reading and study suggestions, and an entire week of online Q&A with the registered students. The goal is simple: To make each student a better writer.”
Here’s what you get — and who’s teaching. I’m excited to be part of this lineup.
March 14: Storytelling: The Art and Craft Of A Good Story? — David Corbett
March 21: Plot: What’s Happening Here? — Meg Gardiner
March 28: Character: The People Who Drive The Story — F. Paul Wilson
April 4: Point Of View: Who’s Eyes Are You Looking Through? — Hank Phillippi Ryan
April 11: Dialog: It’s Not Like Real Conversation — James Scott Bell
April 18: Setting, Mood, Atmosphere: Bringing the Right “Feel” to Your Story? — Peter James
April 25: Voice: What Does A Good Story “Sound” Like? — Lee Child
Registration space is limited, so if you’re interested, get on it. Register here.