December 6, 2019 @ 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm| Free
Today’s world is literally at a writer’s fingertips. A few keyboard strokes can open the Internet information gates to help you create stories that are distinctively credible and compelling.
This month: Family History Resources for Novelists
If you are writing a novel situated in America’s past, whether about pioneers expanding westward, an immigration story, or an exploration of class and culture during major societal shifts or key historical events, family history resources may provide useful research to inform your settings, events, and character development. Through the research and writing strategies presented in this workshop, you will learn about family history resources and how to weave together researched details to create a believable “life-world” around your characters. Feel free to bring your notebooks, tablets, or laptops to the session.
Cynthia Kiefer is a twenty-year plus teaching veteran with expertise in teaching writing and research to writers of all ages and a passion for family history, research, and writing. Currently, Cynthia resides in Scottsdale, Arizona and is on the English Faculty at Scottsdale Community College.
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