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Intelligent, curious, imaginative, and willing to learn and explore. Not defined by genre or age, she is practical one moment, dreaming the next, searching for answers on one hand and moving forward with confidence on the other.
S&H Publishing
High Quality Fiction for the Contemporary Woman
Intelligent, curious, imaginative, and willing to learn and explore. Not defined by genre or age, she is practical one moment, dreaming the next, searching for answers on one hand and moving forward with confidence on the other.
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Premise & Structure

October 1-14, 2016 (Online Workshop # 1)

Catherine Jordan

What is story premise? Write a premise line that maps the core structure of your novel. Learn how to keep your focus on the story you are writing. Build a premise strong enough to carry the full length of your novel.

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3 Workshops + FREE Workbook

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Reviews From a Sneak Peek

Short & Helpful Online Writer Workshops

We showed a sneak peek of the first workshop to a writers group with awesome results. Even after seeing the video, more than half of the attendees signed up! We were asking for a few comments, but we were pleasantly surprised that these people, who had been writing for years, signed up for the program. Without exception, they were impressed with the quality of the material presented. They wanted to view the video again and take their time, and the anticipation of interaction with the presenter was a powerful draw. Jo M. of Houston said, “After viewing just one Short …

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No News is Bad News

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Interview with Maureen Milliken

Author of No News is Bad News

Maureen writes about what she knows and what she loves: newspapers and Maine. As a third generation newspaper editor, she portrays her protagonist, Bernie O’Dea, with a realism that can’t be matched. She also paints Maine with a strong and loving brush. The reader can almost smell the decaying leaves on the ground and feel the sweltering humidity of the Maine summer. With masterful use of flashbacks and step backs, Milliken braids three time lines into a single strong story that grabs the reader’s attention and doesn’t let it go. Bernie as owner of the local weekly newspaper, and Pete …