Presented by Lois H. Gresh
If you want to write commercial fiction, consider creating detailed outlines, also known as beat sheets, before you start writing Chapter 1.
At our May meeting, New York Times bestselling author Lois H. Gresh will cover all this and more in an informal discussion including overarching themes and plots, weaving in sub-plots, hitting the high points, and tying it all together at the end.
Lois H. Gresh is the New York Times bestselling author (six times) and USA Today Bestselling Author (thrillers) of 28 books and more than 65 short stories, as well as the editor of the anthologies Innsmouth Nightmares and Dark Fusions. Her work has been published in 22 languages. Sherlock Holmes vs. Cthulhu: The Adventure of the Deadly Dimensions (Titan Books, July 11, 2017) is the first in her new trilogy of Holmes thrillers from Titan, with Random House distribution in the USA. For five years, Lois was a staff book reviewer at scifi.com(now SYFY.com, the Science Fiction Cable Channel), and her work has been on national/international award ballots eight times. She is a frequent Guest of Honor Author at large genre conventions and has appeared on television series, such as The History Channel's Ancient Aliens and Batman Tech. You can find her at www.facebook.com/lois.greshand www.loisgresh.com.
Presenter and author:Lois H. Gresh
Location: Barnes & Noble, Pittsford
Meeting Time: May 2, 2017 from 7-9 p.m.