Writers' League of Texas: Pacing the Plot of Your Novel or Short Story with John
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Time and again writers make the mistake of assuming that the only way to improve the pace of a story is to make as many things happen as quickly as possible; but a well-paced story is one in which the narrative unfolds at the speed and rhythm that the characters, scenes and themes require. Novelist John Pipkin leads this half-day class in examining the characteristics of successful pacing.
St. Edward's University - Moody Hall
3001 S. Congress Ave
Austin, TX 78704
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