Instructor: Teresa Carpenter
Active Class Dates: April 12th – 16th, 2021.
Cost: $50 RWASD Members, $60 All Others
* Class is limited to twelve (12) participants *
Welcome to the class information page for the “Troubleshooting” online class. Thank you for registering. Class starts on April 12th, 2021. On that day, the instructor will begin posting lessons in the class forum.
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TROUBLESHOOTING By Teresa Carpenter
A Personal Author Coaching class
Having trouble with your story?
Don’t know where to start?
Is a character giving you problems or are the characters fighting the relationship?
Do you have a sagging middle?
Are your characters stuck in the infatuation phase?
This Troubleshooting class will provide the answers to all of the above questions and it will provide you with tools to explore what you are struggling with.
This course will provide tools for you to use when you encounter problems throughout the writing process or when you need inspiration.
The Lectures/Lessons will be presented via a combination of RWASD Website Forum and LIVE Zoom**. Ample time will be allowed for LIVE Q & A during the Zoom portion. Once we’ve completed the lessons, we will break into groups of three or four and each participant will have the opportunity to discuss their specific issue(s).
Participants will receive a session to address their issues after each lesson is completed.
Class Dates: 4/12 – 4/16 with Lessons sent on 4/12 & 4/14. Zoom sessions** 4/13 & 4/15 and forum wrap up on 4/16.
**Special Note: Zoom classes will be held live (No Recordings) Tuesday and Thursday April 13th and 15th; 6:00 P.M. PDT to 9:30 P.M. PDT
Teresa Carpenter is an author, teacher, and reader. The author of twenty romance novels for Harlequin Books and Boroughs Publishing Group, Teresa’s books have rated five star reviews, a Top Pick by Romantic Times and a nomination for Best Harlequin Romance of the Year. She’s the acclaimed presenter of a popular interactive Brainstorming workshop. And she’s put her plotting skills to work evaluating manuscripts for publishers. Teresa lives in San Diego surrounded by her large family. She believes with love and family anything is possible.