Writers’ Workshop – Starting January 9, 2023!

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In each session of the Club Ed for Writers Writers’ Workshop, we’ll discuss storytelling techniques and how to identify common problems in your own story. In the first session, January 9 – February 28, 2023, the storytelling technique we’ll be focusing on is character (as in character development, character arc, character goals and motivations).

Each two-month workshop will include several lessons (which you can read at your convenience) on the topic for the workshop and a forum for discussion of the concepts and the manuscripts participants are currently working on.

The focus will be on diagnosing your own work and applying your own solutions, but each session will also include the instructor’s feedback on up to 2,500 words of your current manuscript (about ten double-spaced pages).

The workshop can be used to help guide a novel you’re just beginning, a work-in-progress, or a manuscript that has been completely drafted. The scene or chapter you would like instructor feedback on can be submitted up until the end of the session, with feedback offered within two weeks.

To register, visit this link. (You’ll be brought to the Club Ed website.)

If you’re a Club Ed student interested in taking this class, email ResortDirector@ClubEdFreelancers.com for the coupon code to get your discount.

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