February Depth in Writing
How to add depth to your writing to pull readers into your stories.
Start With This Workshop!!
A sentence-by-sentence, clause-by-clause look at how you can write fiction, characters, settings, and plots with depth.
Your writing, your characters, your fiction will take a huge jump forward with this workshop.
Depth in Writing workshop helps you understand how to have real characters and stories that hold readers.
Last fall, Kris and I did a workshop called “Strengths” that looked at writers’ work up close and helped them, we hope, understand where they are strong, and where they need work. Almost everyone who took that class needed work consistency developing characters at a deeper level. But how?
In the Character Voice workshop, both here at the coast and now online, I often told writers they were just skimming over the surface and they needed to stay down in character’s heads more. But how?
The Depth in Writing workshop shows you exactly how.
Kris and I have finally worked out a way to get down into the details to show you exactly how to add depth to your characters and your work without hurting your plotting or your pacing.
Not a theory workshop. We show you directly how to do it and you practice it and get feedback from us on how to make your work even deeper.
This workshop will very much change your writing for the better and help your stories draw readers in.
With over twenty-three million copies of his books in print, USA Today bestselling writer Dean Wesley Smith now brings you original fiction every month for the past three years in his own magazine, Smith’s Monthly.
Dean wrote over twenty-five original Star Trek novels, the only two original Men in Black novels, plus Spider-Man, X-Men, Iron Man novels, and others. He wrote many gaming novels including Final Fantasy.
He wrote novels and stories under almost fifty pen names and did scripts for Hollywood as well as being an editor for various magazines. He lives in Las Vegas with his wife, writer Kristine Kathryn Rusch. You can follow his writing life at www.deanwesleysmith.com