Psychoses & Psychopaths

Very interesting workshop I’ll be attending at the Pennwriters Conference

Psychoses & Psychopaths: Crafting Believable Characters with Brent Maguire

If you can’t tell a split personality from a psychosis or a psychotic from a psychopath, this workshop is for you. Join us for a witty discussion of psychological disorders, character traits, and motivation that can help move your story forward as well as capture the nuances of human behavior.

Brent Maguire, PhD, is a psychologist and educator who has taught undergraduate as well as master’s and doctoral students. He is writing a thriller series with a psychologist protagonist


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5 Responses to “Psychoses & Psychopaths”

  1. clarbojahn Says:

    Where can I sign up for the conference?
    Where do you find your related articles? do you search for them?

  2. schizophrenicwriter aka Bobbi Carducci Says:

    If you click on the the words Pennwriters Conference in the first line it will take you to the website where you can register online and find information about all the workshops scehduled for the three day event.

  3. clarbojahn Says:

    Thank you, Bobbi. I love that hyperlink. Could you tell me how you did that sometime?

  4. schizophrenicwriter aka Bobbi Carducci Says:

    Go to your dashboard and and type in the words Pennwriters Conference as if you were starting a new blog, then highlight the words.

    At the top of text box you will see a display of icons for “bold”, “italics”, etc. The 6th one from the right looks like a piece of chain, click on that. It’s there to represent a link. It will open a box and ask you to type in the URL of the site you wish to link to. Type it in. That’s all you have to do.

    To remove the link, highlight the words and click on the icon to the right of the one you just used – it represents a broken link and will remove the URL information. I hope this helps.

  5. clarbojahn Says:

    That’s great, Bobbi. So easy. I never knew what they did. Now I know. Thank you

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