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Writing the Paranormal Novel

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Explore the Supernatural World!
Writing the Paranormal Novel
Starts May 5
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Dates: 5/5 - 6/16
Length: 6 weeks
Price: $329.99
Instructor:
John DeChancie
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Writing the Paranormal Novel
Course Starts Thursday!

People have been telling supernatural stories from the beginning of time and readers love them because they fulfill our desire to escape reality. Create your own paranormal novel and explore the supernatural world of literature. When you take this online workshop, you will focus on how to write paranormal fiction. Get much needed guidance from Steven Harper's Writing the Paranormal Novel , which explains the difference between a paranormal novel and a story with a supernatural element. He also gives techniques and exercises for weaving supernatural elements into your story and examples of successful paranormal novels. Stretch your imagination, dive deep into the supernatural world, and break into this thrilling genre.

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What you'll learn:

Choose supernatural elements that impact your fictional world
Create engaging and relatable characters-from supernatural protagonists and antagonists to supporting players (both human and non-human)
Develop strong characters and a solid plot
Write dynamic fight scenes
Develop engaging, realistic dialogue
About the Instructor:

John DeChancie
John DeChancie
John DeChancie is the author of two dozen books, both fiction and nonfiction. His novels in the science fiction and fantasy genres have been attracting a wide readership for more than fifteen years, and over a million copies of his books have seen print, many in foreign languages.

His humorous fantasy series, beginning with Castle Perilous, became a best seller for Berkley/Ace. John's other science fiction novels include From Prussia With Love (Prima Publishing), Masterminds of Falkenstein (Prima Publishing) and Innerverse (Avon), as well as his anthology of original fantasy short stories co-edited with Martin Greenberg-Castle Fantastic (DAW Books).

In addition to science fiction and fantasy, John also writes horror and nonfiction; his articles "A Fresh Look at This Island Earth" and "A Tribute to Rocketship X-M" can be found in Cult Movies). His short fiction has appeared in The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction and in numerous original anthologies, including Spell Fantastic (edited by Martin H. Greenberg and Larry Segriff, DAW Books) and, most recently I, Alien edited by Mike Resnick (DAW Books), which contains John's short story "The Loaves and the Fishes."

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