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Read! Write! Publish! Message Board › Find Your Character's Motivation Has been Changed to start 4/20

Find Your Character's Motivation Has been Changed to start 4/20

Alice Osborn, W.
avosborn
Group Organizer
Raleigh, NC
Hi everyone,

we had to postpone this class--please note the new dates:

Thank you again for your interest!


Please let me know if you've any questions!

***ONLINE CLASS***
Find Your Character's Motivation through Finding Nemo, Cars and Up sponsored by SavvyAuthors.com with Alice Osborn

April 30, 2012 – May 20, 2012

Cost: $20 (basic member) and $10 (premium member)
Register Here: http://www.savvyautho...­
What does your fictional character really want? How do you create memorable characters so fresh and clever your reader will always remember them? Disney/Pixar films such as Finding Nemo, Cars and Up have created the most believable characters in twenty first century film. In this three-part workshop we'll study these films so they can tell us how to create riveting and complex main characters who will drive our story and connect with our readers.
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