Sunday, November 10 only!
Elly Blake is the NYT bestselling author of FROSTBLOOD. After earning a BA in English literature, she held a series of seemingly random jobs, including project manager, customs clerk, graphic designer, reporter for a local business magazine, and library assistant.
She lives in Southwestern Ontario with her husband, kids and a Siberian Husky mix who definitely shows Frostblood tendencies.
11;00 am-12:00 pm: signing in author area
12:15: panel in Grand Gallery Overlook C-D
2:00-4:00 pm: signing in author area
Sunday at 12:15 pm in Grand Gallery Overlook C-D
Beyond the Hero’s Journey
Structure is a vital piece of the story puzzle, with turning points arriving on time to keep readers engaged and satisfied. But whether plotter or pantser, it’s easy to go off track and lose the shape of your story as you draft. That’s when looking at structure methods can help. From beat sheets to the snowflake method, we’ll take a brief look at various structure methods as a jumping off point for plotting or revising.