You’ve reached the Fantasy, Futuristic and Paranormal (FF&P) Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. The mission of FF&P is to promote excellence in romantic, futuristic, fantasy, time travel and paranormal fiction, to help writers become published in the genre, and to provide current information and continuing support to the writers in the romantic, futuristic, fantasy, time travel and paranormal industry.
To both the published and aspiring author in our field, FF&P is an invaluable group. We have a great newsletter filled with informative articles and market updates, a regularly updated blog, and a website to keep you posted on the latest news in the industry including: workshops, author links, new book releases, and FF&P contest information. As serious writers in our field, we have a critique group (on this website) and an on-line members-only forum (on the RWA website).
Members of this RWA chapter are a great group of people and always there to support their fellow writers. For information on how to join, please visit our join page.
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07/31/2018 – 08/27/2018 Creating Great Characters Presenter: Becky Martinez Great characters are the foundation of any good story, but how can you come up with characters who make the readers want to keep turning the pages? How can you bring them to life and make them unique and compelling? Get some of the answers [Read more…]
08/07/2018 – 08/20/2018 Welcome to the Shyster Club: Presenter: Frieda Knezek Scammers, magicians, hackers, mentalists… they’re all members and they’ve all mastered the same tool: social engineering. It’s the art of not only manipulating people so that they give up something they normally wouldn’t but often making them love you for it. In this workshop [Read more…]
08/20/2018 – 09/16/2018 Plotting Presenter: Monette Plotting: Plotting is a crucial aspect in every novel. This class uses the three-act model of plotting which is appropriate for the pantser, the plotter, or a combination of both. The approach is plotting major points of the story and will also show the relationship of plotting to characterization [Read more…]