Come hear the story of Trevor
The Boy on the Lake
UCLA graduate and author of two international best sellers Just Desserts and A Matter of Betrayal
December 17, 2013
Desert Willow Golf resort
“The Boy on the Lake is a true story of a young boy’s battle with cancer and his journey to becoming a champion for the protection of communities from environmental contamination leading to disease clusters.” Rosser played an active part in tracing the cause of Trevor’s cancer and with Trevor and his mother, Charlie, help found Trevor’s Trek Foundation. www.trevorstrek.org.
For reservations contact Kathy Bjork at firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday December 13. Lunch: $26 members $28 guests
LEARN HOW TO UNDERSTAND BEHAVIOR
and CREATE great CHARACTERS
novelist, screen writer, and Certified Behavioral Skills Analyst.
November 19, 2013
Desert Willow Golf Resort
38-995 Desert Willow Dr.
BEHAVIOR is ‘how people act’ in their environment.
It’s observable and is the crucial factor in CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT.
Understanding BEHAVIORAL PATTERNS AND MOTIVATORS helps create CHARACTERS that feel real, are exciting, distinctive and resonate with us all.
If we can ‘plot’ our own behavior and recognize what motivates us, then learning to recognize other behavioral styles and motivators,
enabling us to write great characters, is easy.
Seymour has written and sold feature films to Miramax and New Line, as well as to independent producers and has written for episodic television.
My Mother Died Before I Could Murder Her , a novel, was published by BookMark Libris in 2011. He is a member of the Writers Guild of America – WGA (w)
For reservations contact Kathy Bjork at email@example.com