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10 Videos (26m)
    • Introduction

      1:17
    • Lesson One

      1:54
    • Lesson Two

      2:11
    • Lesson Three

      4:14
    • Lesson Four

      2:30
    • Lesson Five

      3:30
    • Lesson Six

      1:27
    • Lesson Seven

      3:40
    • Lesson Eight

      2:43
    • Conclusion and Thank You

      2:04

About This Class

You'd rather clean your entire house or do a week's worth of laundry rather than sit down and write a synopsis for your novel?

Does this sound like you?

If so, you're not alone because it's often the least favorite chore of an author and the reason I created this easy to follow class showing you what to do and what not to do. I offer shortcuts and tips on how to write the perfect synopsis not only for your current story but future ones too.

I've even included a template you can store on your computer that makes synopsis writing fun and easy.

So enroll now and learn to write a synopsis that does your wonderful story justice and has editors and agents requesting to see it.

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Susan Palmquist

Freelance Writer, Author, Self Publisher

Susan Palmquist writes under her own name and that of her pen name Vanessa Devereaux. She's the author of 100 books and since 2008, she's been tutoring aspiring authors and teaching workshops for various chapter of the Romance Writers of America.

Prior to teaching she was a full time freelance writer and her work has appeared in such publications as Health, Arthritis Today, Lifetime TV, and American Profile.

She also blogs at her writing web site, www.thiswriterslife.com

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Writing Creative , Writing A Synopsis