Posted by: anitanolan | January 2, 2013

A Year-long Novel-Writing Workshop

A last reminder:

I’ll be conducting a year-long novel writing workshop at the Pearl Buck Writing Center in 2013. Registration is due by Jan 9.

Here are the details:

WRITE A NOVEL IN A YEAR CLASS ~ Must PRE-Register by January 9

This is a six-session year-long class, with an additional two “write-ins” (where you have two hours of quiet at the Pearl Buck Writing Center to work on your story, get questions answered, or just meet with other writers.)

1/26, 2/23, 4/27, 6/22, 7/27, 9/28, 10/26, 11/23
4thWk. Saturday Mornings 9:30 – 11:30

This series of workshops is for those struggling with starting–or completing– a novel. It’s appropriate for those writing Middle Grade, Young Adult, or Adult novels.

We’ll cover characterization, plotting, where to start your story and creating a strong story beginning, how to deal with a sagging middle, proper formatting, showing–not telling, adding tension, and many other topics, with plenty of time for questions.

Author and Editor Anita Nolan will lead a year-long writing workshop taking participants through the complete novel-writing process.  Those signing up for the entire workshop series will meet for 8 teaching/writing sessions & will include email write-ins & a Yahoo Writing Group. The workshop is for adult writers interested in working on juvenile, young adult, or adult novels.

Includes an Authors Tour of the Pearl S. Buck National Historic Landmark House.

If you are interested and should have a problem registering, please let me know. The registration link wasn’t working recently.



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