Still time to sign up for my Wordcrafter’s story structure workshop. A great way to jump-start your 2016 writing projects. Details here: http://wordcraftersineugene.org/programs/building-your-story-a-2-hour-workshop/
Please join us.
Fiction writers: Follow this link to sign up for our first workshop of the new year at Wordcrafters in Eugene. All you need to know about story structure. See you January 30th. http://wordcraftersineugene.org/programs/building-your-story-a-2-hour-workshop/
Here’s a book that will put a smile in your summer reading. One reviewer called it “An insane romp–over to the other side.” I wrote this with my friend, Ken White, using the pseudonym, “Roland Blair.” Folks who knew us in the old days may recognize a few of the characters. https://www.oysterbooks.com/book/CA3xeLkcsmmhNEN3jVchSY/nights-on-the-point
Our class starts Wednesday, the 29th. We can still work you in. Sign up now:http://wordcraftersineugene.org/programs/creating-believable-characters/
See you Wednesday night at 6:00
How’s your summer writing going? If you’re feeling in need of a jumpstart, there’s still time to enroll in my Wordcrafter’s class, “Creating Believable Characters.” It’s a good way to lift your spirits and pump up your motivation. I hope to see you there. Registration info here: http://pde.uoregon.edu/workshops/course_desc.php?CourseKey=773454
Hard to believe but my summer Wordcrafter’s workshop, “Creating Believable Characters”, is less than a month away. Register now before the class fills up. I look forward to working with you.
Click here for more information and registration details: http://wordcraftersineugene.org/programs/creating-believable-characters/
Fiction writers welcome! Join me for a lively five-week writing class called “Creating Believable Characters”. Our first meeting is July 29th at the Baker Downtown Center in Eugene. It’s a great way to energize your writing life this summer.You’ll find more info and a registration form here: http://wordcraftersineugene.org/programs/creating-believable-characters/ or email me at email@example.com.
Bad guys make a grab for the heroine’s young son. Bastards will have to pay for that. Topped page 100 in the first draft of Silent as a Gun. Little by little, day by day we will get the damn thing written. Funny thing on Facebook today. A dog sits looking at a computer screen. The caption reads, The First Two Rules of Writing: Sit. Stay. Let that be your mantra today.
Word Count: 1397. Page Count: 4.
Almost at the hundred page mark.Two opposing forces lining up against each other in Silent as a Gun. Draft is rough, but one just has to ignore the scratchiness of it and push on. Hoping to hear that you’re the same. Right now, all that counts is word count.
Word Count: 1522. Page Count: 5.
Here’s the last of the new year’s self-discovery exercises. Do a five-minute free-write completing the phrase, “I beat myself up for the loss of . . .”
See all ten on my blog.