Monday, April 3, 2017

Write-to-Publish Faculty Interview: Allie Pleiter, Writing Fiction Continuing Class

Give a brief description of your Writing Fiction Continuing Class.

Do you dream of publishing a novel or short story? Whether you intend to publish through a traditional publisher or strike out on your own, your first priority should be quality content.  Learn the four pillars of good fiction—structure, characterization, dialogue, and point of view—and techniques for making them shine in your work.  You’ll come away with the craft essentials every writer should have in their skill set to complete a first or second manuscript.

What will be the greatest take-away from the class?

You'll come away with specific techniques to enhance the plotting, structure, characterization, dialogue, and point of view of your fiction.

Who should attend your class?

Writers starting or in the process of a first or second manuscript.

Allie Pleiter writes both fiction and non-fiction working on as many as four books at a time.  The award-winning author of 30+ books, Allie brings the expertise of a sixteen-year career with nearly 1.5 million books sold.  In addition to writing, Allie regularly speaks on faith, the creative process, women’s issues, and her most popular topic: The Chunky Method of time management for writers. Visit her website at

Write-to-Publish meets June 14-17
in the Chicago area.

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