Instructor: Marcy Kennedy
Length: A week and a half in WANATribe forum. One 90 Minute Webinar in the WANA International Digital Classroom (60 minutes for log-line feedback and 30 minutes Q&A)
Quick! Can you describe your book in fewer than 30 words?
Whether you’re a self-published author who needs a log-line to use as a marketing tool, or want to go traditional and will be pitching an agent at a conference or through a query, a one-sentence log-line will be one of your essential tools.
This class is also ideal for people who are just starting to write a novel. Being able to sum up what your book is about will give you a guidepost for writing the next 50,000-100,000 words. A logline is essential for building a foundation for a clear and powerful story.
This class is PERFECT for those who don’t want to plot the novel they’ll write during NaNoWriMo.
At the start of the class, Marcy will provide you with a lesson that walks you through the elements of a standout logline, and give you the deadline for submitting your logline. Every participant will receive personalized feedback on how to improve.
In addition, at the end of class, we’ll meet together in the WANA International Digital Classroom and Marcy will walk you through examples submitted by class members so that everyone can learn from them.
Monday, October 15th---Class Starts and Lesson Posted in Forum
Friday, October 19th---Deadline for Submitting Log-Line
Monday, October 29th---Live Webinar and Feedback on Log-Lines. Time of Webinar will be scheduled when class begins. All webinars are recorded.