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SF Peninsula (In-Person): Workshop: How to Write With Page Turning Tension
March 18 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm
How to Write With Page Turning Tension in novels, stories, and even memoirs is like the connective tissue that allows muscles to attach to bones, and thus flex their might. It’s the heart of the conflict, the backbone of uncertainty, the hallmark of danger. It keeps readers guessing and characters on their toes.
This workshop will introduce writers to four key elements of tension, as well as discuss ways to create tension on the micro and macro levels.
It will help writers master the art of tension on every page and within every element of the story to craft a story your readers can’t put down!
10:00 am – Club business and
mingle with fellow writers
11:00 am — Speaker
Join us in person at the
Sequoia Yacht Club, 441 Seaport Ct.,
Redwood City, CA 94063
Please bring a mask.
Jordan Rosenfeld is author of the forthcoming novel Fallout (Running Wild Press, 2024), as well as the novels Women in Red and Forged in Grace and six books on writing craft, most recently How to Write a Page-Turner. Her freelance articles and essays have appeared in hundreds of national publications such as The New York Times, Scientific American and Writer’s Digest. She is a freelance manuscript editor and writing teacher. Jordanrosenfeld.net.