In 2015
We Welcomed

Zoe Sharp

and

Denise Swanson


and

Local
Featured
Author

Robert
Goldsborough


also

Anne Perry (via Skype) 

for a LIM Master Class

If you missed us in 2015,

for the 2016 Con

  
Testimonials
I loved participating at the Love Is Murder conference in Chicago recently and happy to announce that we have just signed Gaye Mack with Global Lion Intellectual Property Management, Inc. Thank you! If you want to know more about my publishing talk I did at the conference, please check out a filming of my lecture at this wonderful conference : http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g-6E77GobZw

-Peter Miller
Literary Lion
  
Master Class with Heather Graham

Master Classes with Anne Perry and Zoe Sharp

LIM is proud to offer two master classes for 2015, taught by featured headliners Anne Perry and Zoe Sharp. These two top-selling authors have plenty to share about the art and craft of writing.

Take one master class for $75, or get a discount on both classes for $100.


Put Your Heart on the Page: Plotting to Enhance Your Backstory (with Anne Perry)

Backstories of minor characters, especially antagonists, can greatly enrich your fiction. The specific emotions, memories and experiences you give them, unraveled bit by bit, help build dramatic tension.  Plotting rich backstories determines and thus reveals these characters’ tastes, reactions, and relationships, making the characters unforgettable.

Best-selling author Anne Perry guides you through the process of creating compelling backstories, and through them giving added depth to your storytelling.


Getting Your Plot Together (with Zoe Sharp)
 
This master class, led by best-selling thriller author Zoe Sharp, examines all the important elements of sitting down to write a crime novel, including the most important aspect: defining suspense and mystery versus thriller. Come and learn whether/when to plot; how to outline and summarize, for yourself, for the pitch, and for jacket copy; and other invaluable skills of the crime writer’s trade such as picking a jumping-off point, raising the stakes, the MacGuffin, how to pace, chapter breaks and cliffhangers, and how to craft an opening line that grabs the reader from the get-go. 

  
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