10/20 Get Ready for NanoWrimo! with T. Greenwood
Get Ready for National Novel Writing Month! T. Greenwood’s back again with this terrific 2 session workshop!
Note: Class is held at a new venue– Words Alive Annex, see the Google Map below for directions.
This class sells out quickly so sign up today!
During the month of November every year, more than 100,000 people set out to write a 50,000 word (or more) novel in one month. It’s called NaNoWriMo (National Novel Writing Month – www.nanowrimo.org), and it is a terrific opportunity to finally write that novel you’ve been planning to write all these years. However, the idea of leaping into a project may be daunting, and so this preparatory workshop will help you come up with a plan of action. We’ll go over the major facets of a novel (strong characters, structure, point of view, etc…) as well as work on a personal strategy for actually getting it done.**
**(Following the workshop during the month of November, join other NaNoWriMo participants at The Ink Spot for Room To Write marathon writing sessions every Sunday, 10 am- 5 pm.)
“…the author knows how to make her characters’ suffering wrench readers’ hearts.”
“Greenwood fills her novel with memorable characters…“–Bookpage on Two Rivers
T. Greenwood is the author of six novels, including Two Rivers, The Hungry Season, and This Glittering World. Her seventh novel, Grace, will be published in April of 2012. She has received grants from the Sherwood Anderson Foundation, the Christopher Isherwood Foundation, the National Endowment for the Arts, and the Maryland State Arts Council. She lives with her husband and their two daughters in San Diego, where she is also an aspiring photographer. Her photos will be exhibited at The Ink Spot Gallery in November/December. More information on T. Greenwood can be found at her website: http://www.tgreenwood.com and her blog: http://www.mermama.blogspot.com.
PLEASE NOTE: It is best to register early to help our instructors prepare and ensure the class does not get cancelled or shifted to another date and time. We evaluate registration numbers between 7 and 3 days before a class start to decide about whether to keep or reschedule it. By registering 7 days or more in advance, you help us help our participants and instructors in many ways.