Libby Fischer Hellmann, award-winning mystery and crime fiction writer, left a career in broadcast news to become the author of sixteen thrillers and dozens of short stories. Among many affiliations, she also served as past president of Sisters in Crime.
Suspense is what keeps readers turning the pages. Building it into your work is an essential element, be it fiction, memoir, creative nonfiction. In this interactive workshop, Libby will explain how to do it, and illustrate tangible techniques you can start using right away.
This 90-minute workshop will be held over Zoom.
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