Instant Plot: How to Plan Out Your Novel the Easy Way

Do you love free stuff? Do you love to write? Me too! That’s why I’m teaching an absolutely free writing class this Saturday. Trust me, you don’t want to miss this one. 

Instant Plot:
How to Plan Out Your Novel the Easy Way

Saturday, June 2
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Arvada Public Library
7525 W. 57th Avenue

Arvada, CO 80002

Hate outlining? You’re not alone. Whether you’re plotting your novel, creating an outline or writing a synopsis, you need the fundamental skills you’ll learn in this class. Find out how to take charge of your plot, avoid the three dumbest plotting mistakes, spot the warning signs of a dead-end story and master the core principles of dramatic structure. Through classroom exercises, you’ll map out the spine of your story and walk out with a solid plan to get your novel finished.

Does that sound cool or what? It’s open to the public, so come on down and bring a friend. Again: there’s no fee, no membership required, no reservations. Just bring a pencil, a notebook and maybe some index cards (if that’s your thing). And get ready to have fun with the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers, some of the coolest writers you’ll ever meet. It’s a great way to boost your writing to a whole new level. (And did I mention it’s free?)

Hope to see you there!

Bonus: Free Plotting Worksheet

Want a handy worksheet you can use to help you plan out your novel? Get the free Instant Plot Class Handout here.

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