Do you have a story to tell? This three-part workshop will guide you through the process of organizing your ideas, editing your work and publishing your book.
The first class, July 30, will help the writer organize thoughts and ideas and create a basic story outline. This is the beginning process of writing a book and the start of shaping ideas and applying them to paper.
The second class, August 6, explores editing the beginning chapters of the manuscript. This portion of the workshop explores how to edit and polish the manuscript, keeping tension in the scene and addressing issues of writers block.
The final class on August 7 is a discussion of publishing options, from traditional to electronic publishing. Query letters, agents and book marketing will be highlighted, as well as how to approach small, independent presses.
The cost for all three classes is $50 and includes a first chapter critique from Ms. Living. Class size is limited to ten participants. To register call 757-320-6059 or email email@example.com.