Posted at Feb 9, 2016 8:43 pm
Fiction is the telling of lies so credibly that the reader vicariously lives the story with the characters. To be believed, a fiction writer has to sound authentic whether depicting period, place, people or circumstance. One vague or inaccurate detail questioned by a reader cannot will shatter the illusion. Let Sally Walker walk you through a succinct, time-saving research process that will allow you to come off like an expert!
About the Presenter, Sally Walker:
Sally Walker’s published credits include literary, romance and western novels, a nonfiction essay collection, several creative writing textbooks, stage plays, poetry, and many magazine articles on the craft of writing, including staff contributions to two international film magazines for 10 years. With 30 screenplays written, several under negotiation at three different studios and her novel-to-screenplay adaptation on her plate, Sally has a well-respected manager representing her in Hollywood. In addition to long time active memberships in such national writing organizations as RWA, WWA and SCBWI, she was president of a state-wide writers organization 2007-2011. She keeps to a strenuous writing schedule and still has time to work as Editorial Director for The Fiction Works, supervising acquisitions and sub-contracted editors, as well as Script Supervisor for material sent to TFW’s affiliated Misty Mountain Productions. Sally has taught writing seminars, both on-site and on-line, for over 29 years and is the facilitator for the weekly meetings of the Nebraska Writers Workshop in Ralston, NE. For more information on her works and classes go to her website at http://www.sallyjwalker.com
Cost: FFP Members:$15.00/Non-Members: $25.00