“Can I add suspense to my story?”

“Can I add suspense to my story?” a writer asked.

“Yes,” is my short answer.

Here’s one good resource for how: “6 Secrets to Creating and Sustaining Suspense” by Steven James.


We’ll be presenting more techniques on how to add suspense to your story, no matter the genre, in tonight’s training, with Ezra Barany, award-winning novelist.


Wednesday, May 17, 5:30-7pm Pacific

How to Write Suspense in Any Genre

Register here: http://www.writersfunzone.com/blog/key-element-page-turners/

(It will be recorded if you can’t make it live.)

Note! The price goes up to $37 after the live training.


We’re offering a bonus for people who register by May 17th: You get a free seat in our special webinar, HOW TO FIND CRITIQUE PARTNERS, on Wednesday, June 7, 2017, 5:30-7pm PT.

Hope to see you there!

Have a great rest of your week!

All my best,

PS. Want to see Ezra in action? Check out this post where I interview him on the “Essential Plot Tips for Fiction Writers” here:


Photo of the Day

Leo the Cat helping me with marketing. Because that’s how he rolls, or purrs.


Beth Barany is creativity coach for writers, a teacher, workshop facilitator, and speaker, helping writers address overwhelm and confusion so that they can write, market, and publish their fiction. And make it fun!

Owner of the Barany School of Fiction, an online training hub, Beth takes great interest in how humans learn, create, and grow, and includes all her students’ life experiences, including the ancestors, into the moment. Check out the comprehensive Plan Your Novel course here. Currently $60. Price goes up to $80 on June 1st.

She also writes magical tales of romance and adventure to empower women and girls to jump into life with both feet and be the heroes in their own lives. Check out her Henrietta series here (YA Fantasy) and her Touchstone series here (Paranormal Romance).

Support her mission to empower women and girls with her fiction on Patreon here.

Read her latest book for writers, Twitter for Authors, here.


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