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Bones of Storytelling and Scene vs. Exposition teach our shared language of concept, theme, plot, character development, structure, antagonistic forces, setting, scene, and exposition. It’s recommended you take them in order, but not required. All levels are welcome.
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1) Fall Bones & Scene vs. Exp/AM:
Tuesdays, Sept. 13 – Jan. 24, 2023
11:30 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
2) Fall Bones & Scene vs. Exp/PM:
Wednesdays, Sept. 14 – Jan. 25, 2023
5:30 – 7:30 p.m.
Live classes via Zoom.
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Full Manuscript Reviews
You’ve written your book but have no idea if it has potential. Should you send it to agents or self-publish it? Or do you need another rewrite? We’re here to help.
With more than thirty years of writing, editing, and publishing experience, Jennifer Lauck and her equally experienced teachers are here to celebrate your accomplishment and to take you where you want to go.
We read your book carefully, paying close attention to your craft and structure, and write a multiple-page report full of insights, suggestions, and comparables. If you choose, extensive copy editing is an option.
Your consultation will provide you with a clear path forward.
Costs range from $1200.00-$4000.00.
We also offer one-on-one support to elevate your craft, cultivate your authentic and unique voice, develop your style, and deepen your understanding of storytelling.
One-on-one consultations can be instrumental in sustaining your vision and renewing your inspiration.
This is the fast track many serious writers at the Studio book to push themselves to the next level to compliment the ongoing Studios.
Your work will be pre-read, line-edited, and then discussed over Zoom or in person.
You’ll leave with a recording to listen to again and again.
Costs range from $125.00-$145.00 with a word count of up to 2500.
I love your teaching style. You’re so passionate and real about the art form. You remind us to sit in the mystery of the unknown. You show us what it takes to go the distance. I love the behind-the-scenes of your own writing and publishing process.