Presented by: Kerry Blaisdell When: Monday, November 8, 2021 Where: Online via ZOOM Have you ever been to a workshop, online or at a conference, where you saw some FABULOUS NEW WAY to plot/edit/write/create your book/story/novella? And been all fired up about it–until you tried it on your own, and it fell flat? It seemed …
Presenter: Zoe York
Date/time: October 11, 2021 at 7:00pm
Location: Online (ZOOM)
What makes the difference between a writing dream and writing career? Thirteen-time USA Today bestselling author Zoe York turned being laid off into the best thing that ever happened to her. Seven years later, she reflects on long-term income stability, quiet vs. loud success, and getting out of our own way when it comes to next-level goal setting.
Longer form genres have caught onto what SFF writers have known for a long time: Writing short can be a fascinating and lucrative way to write. Bria Quinlan walks through the ways to get the most out of the fewest words. Whether you’re looking for a way to produce more often or how to tell a side story or maybe create a reader magnet, we’ll discuss the basics of keeping it short and still keeping it strong.
Running on Empty: Using Smart Goal Setting and Productivity Tools to Create Balance Date and time: August 9, 2021 at 7:00 pmPresenter: Jeannie MoonLocation: Zoom Part inspirational talk and part down-and-dirty methods, this class will inspire participants to find the best method to get off the hamster wheel and create the necessary balance to be …