- Jun. 10, 2014 - FAIRFIELD, Calif. --
A presentation on how to develop believable characters for your next novel will be the focus of this month's meeting at the Writers Resource Center (WRC). The class will be taught by WRC member and Bay Area author Wanda Campbell. The event will take place on Saturday, June 14, from 10 am to 12 noon, at 1745 Enterprise Drive, Fairfield, in the conference room next to the He Brews It coffee shop.
Admission is free for members and $10 for non-members. For more information, call 877-629-7369
or visit www.writersresourcecenter.net (http://www.writersresourcecenter.net/)
"All fiction writers struggle with how to develop memorable characters,"
says Janie P. Bess, president and founder of WRC. "Wanda has written several very successful books and will be a great instructor on this topic. We hope everyone writing a book or thinking about writing a book will come to get some insights and tips from her."
For more information on the Writers Resource Center's special events, memberships ongoing activities, and its new anthology, "Passions - A Candid Look Into a Writers Heart," please
call 877-629-7369 or visit www.writersresourcecenter.net
About the Writers Resource Center:
The Writers Resource Center is a nonprofit organization that was founded in 2003 by Janie P. Bess, an author and recent recipient of a California State honors award from Assembly Member Susan Bonilla. The group, which is based in Fairfield, has members located throughout the Bay Area and the nation. It offers resources for both the aspiring and accomplished writer, including workshops and summer classes, presentations at local, regional and national conferences;
and information on how to find an agent or publisher. For more information on WRC, please visit www.writersresourcecenter.netor call 877-629-7369.