Skip to main content

Workshop Schedule

Hey beautiful guys and dolls!
It's the story of my life. I'm always a day late and dollar short:) hehe!

But, I do have an abbreviated schedule to post so you can at least know what to expect in the coming weeks during the workshop.

Ready to grab those red pens and edit?

Classes include:

Finding Your Voice as an Author

Getting the Mc's Voice in Dialogue

Creating a Setting That Transports the Reader to You World

Writing Characters with Great Backstories (without the backstory.)

Each of the classes will be "how to" and "hands on" and I hope they will inspire and encourage writers.

I look forward to tomorrow's class!!

Comments

  1. It feels like it's been a long time since you last did a workshop! Exciting!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Yes, it has been a while. I'm really super excited about bogging and work shopping again! Thanks for your patience!

      Delete
  2. Replies
    1. This is the class I'm most excited about hosting!

      Delete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Click here for the Celebrate the Small Things Blog Hop Click here for the WIP it Good Blog Fest Happy Friday y'all!!

Friday's post

Hey all:) I'm taking today and this weekend off. A very, VERY dear, sweet, and close friend of my family passed away this week. And we just got word that his wife's brother, (whom I love like a mother) died last night. So she is dealing with the death of her husband and her brother. Enjoy your weekend, my friends, and hold those you love close. You never know when they will be gone. I will return on Monday, and will have workshop classes every day next week.

Writer In Motion CP feedback

Hey beautiful guys and dolls! Here it is! My CP feedback edited story. Had a hard time with this, but I hope it makes sense. I've got a post I'm working on I plan to put up after Thanksgiving. Here ya go. Enjoy... Every morning I wake to carnival day.  Today, though, I have my key. If I don’t use it before midnight, my way of escape will gone. It’s a silver key with a twisted metal handle, a sapphire stone half moon and engraved stars. There’s a tiny inscription on the moon, but it’s so small, I’ve never been able to read it.I’ve always kept mine in my jewelry box, but today, I string it on a ribbon and tie it around my neck. My two best friends will be wearing theirs, too, and I wonder how they will escape this carnival of dreams. “What’s it for?” Cress asks as we stand in line for the swings. I run my fingertips over the entire silver surface. “I don’t know. It belonged to my grandmother,” I say. “Whatever.” She shrugs her shoulder in a dismissive way. “Have