WHEN: May 14, 2022 – 4pm Eastern | 3pm Central | 2pm Mountain | 1pm Pacific via Zoom
Whether you’re a plotter or a pantster (seat-of-pants writer), the simplest way to avoid a sagging middle is to understand how to continually build hooks into your story. So how many hooks are enough and where should you use them? Knowing the answer to that question can be the difference between a compelling story and one that drags.
- Which are the 10 most universal hooks and why.
- What exactly is a hook and how do hooks work?
- Where should you place your hooks in a manuscript?
- How too many hooks can trip you up as much as too few hooks.
About the Instructor:
USA Today bestselling author, Mary Buckham writes the best-selling WRITING ACTIVE series for writers – WRITING ACTIVE SETTING and WRITING ACTIVE HOOKS. She is also the co-author of BREAK INTO FICTION® with NYT author Dianna Love. Mary is nationally recognized for her online and live writing workshops for writers of all genres around the US and Canada, including the Power Plotting Webinars.
Mary doesn’t just teach writers though. She practices what she preaches, writing Urban Fantasy with attitude. Do you love romance, danger & kick-ass heroines? Find it in her Alex Noziak or Kelly McAllister series! She also writes YA sci fi/adventure as Micah Caida in the Red Moon series.
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