Writers Network Meeting
June 3, 2022
10 – 11 a.m. via Zoom (open for chat 30 minutes before meeting)
Genre fiction readers have certain expectations about the books they invest in. Well-written thriller novels share craft features that allow the author to deliver what the reader wants. Learn some of the craft to make your thriller or other novel succeed.
- Learn the rules before you break the rules
- Consider the absolute importance of point of view
- Learn the 3-point formula for what makes a story
- Discover the three bad openings that pop up again and again
- Kayak or inner tube: what kind of characters do you write?
Amy Rogers, MD, PhD, is a Harvard-educated scientist, novelist, journalist and educator. She has published three science-themed thrillers novels in the style of Michael Crichton, and a nnonfiction compilation of local science journalism she wrote for INSIDE Magazine. Formerly a microbiology professor, she blogged extensively about coronavirus before and during the pandemic. She is a long-time member of CWC and NCPA. Learn more at AmyRogers.com.