North Carolina Triad Chapter of Sisters in Crime


Programs


Open to writers of all genres, and to all readers! Drop in to our free writing/reading-related programs one Sunday afternoon a month at the High Point Public Library, 901 N. Main Street, High Point, NC 27262 (map), from 2-4pm. Doors open at 1:30.

Sunday February 19 (2-4pm, High Point)

HOW TO CREATE VIVID DESCRIPTION WITHOUT CLICHÉS

Jennie Spallone will teach us how to substitute high-intensity verbs for overused adjectives, verbs, and adverbs. The author of two written expression texts and three adult mysteries, and a former freelance journalist, Jennie taught Investigative Journalism to gifted middle-school students. Chris Roerden will also help identify clichéd plot situations, so bring your own not-favorite examples. Always free and open to the public at High Point Library.

Sunday March 19 (2-4pm, High Point)

KILL YOUR CHARACTERS WITH POISONS... THEN CURE THEM!

O'Teanea is an Herbalist, Reiki Master, and holistic practitioner of Onondaga and Scottish heritage. Her family traditions, deeply rooted in the Earth, plus her studies of biochemistry at Saginaw Valley State University, offer you many ideas for inciting incidents in your stories, whatever your genre.