Classes: Brainstorming, Writing Prompts and other Classes to Get You Started

You can see our complete list of classes on our Classes and Workshops page.  The classes below have been categorized as specializing in getting your writing started.

2017-08/26 Flash Fiction with Lisa Kessler

Short stories are an important part of your craft toolbox. Lisa Kessler will cover the basics of short story writing and flash fiction. We’ll study…

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2017-08/29 How to Start a Novel with Jennifer Lane

NEW DATE AND TIME!  Facing down the blank page is often the most difficult part of writing a novel. In this 3-week workshop, we will go over methods…

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2017-09/02 Write The Stories of YOU with SoulCollage® with Barbara Tomeo

We will learn how to use images from magazines and books to create our own unique set of SOULCOLLAGE® cards. The cards we create may help encourage…

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2017-09/08 to 09/10 Fall for Writing Conference

REGISTRATION OPEN:  purchase pre-registration tickets for whole event (excluding special pitch/consult sessions) using buttons above (you will be…

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2017-09/14 The Art of the Personal Essay with Molly Larson Cook

Learn to compose thought-provoking and publishable personal essays about topics that interest you from today’s news to your favorite places in…

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2017-09/17 From Word to Kindle Direct Publishing with Daniel Primbs

Amazon is the world’s largest e-book retailer. Amazon’s Kindle Direct Publishing (KDP) allows you to publish an e-book by uploading a Word…

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2017-09/17 Navigating the Social Media World For Beginners with Maggie Espinosa

Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and other social media doesn’t have to be difficult. This class will teach you how to cruise through the murky waters…

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2017-09/17 Outlining your non-fiction book with Cathy Scott

This how-to workshop walks you through the steps to create and develop an outline as building blocks for your non-fiction book. Once you outline or…

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2017-09/30 Make Your Book Talk with Tamara Merrill

Well written dialogue will make your characters come alive. It will move your story forward, advancing your plot in a natural flow. Participating in…

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