Posted at Mar 25, 2017 12:17 pm
What does it take to be a good critique partner? When should you get one? What do you look for? Have you ever wanted a critique partner but you’re not sure what to look for or where to go? Well, this is the class for you. In this class Rebekah will teach you:
- How to be a great critique partner.
- Things to look for in others work.
- How to give and take criticism without tears and more.
Join us for this mini workshop and in the end you’ll be able to use the FF&P Mudpuddle group (If you’re an FF&P member) to put up your very own critique partner wanted ad.
About the Presenter, Rebekah Ganiere:
Rebekah is an Award Winning Bestselling Author and Screenwriter. Her debut novel Dead Awakenings, hit the bestseller list on release day. Her Fairelle Series, released in 2014 and has won several awards in both writing and screenwriting, including the Golden Palm and a finalist for Rone Award as well as Best Fantasy Series of 2014 from the Paranormal Romance Guild. Her trilogy The Society was released by Kensington and her new seriesShifter Rising is released in 2016. Rebekah is a prolific author releasing upwards of five books a year and is currently working on six different series.
Rebekah is the President Elect of the Fantasy, Futuristic & Paranormal Chapter of RWA as well as a member of several local and online chapters. In her spare time when she isn’t writing you can find her teaching on SavvyAuthors.com or at RWA. Rebekah is also known for her elaborate cosplays with her family and has been a guest speaker and panelist at San Diego Comic Con, Wondercon, Salt Lake Comic Con, Long Beach Comic Con, Comikaze and several other Comic Cons on the west coast as well as LTUE, Romantic Times Convention, RWA, InD’Scribe, Genre LA and Authors After Dark.
Cost: FFP Members:$5/Non-Members: $10