An Author Workshop : Saturday November 2, 1-4 p.m.
At THE HUB in Vallejo
Writer’s Block, Steampunk, and NANOWRIMO – or Help, I’m Stuck!
Fan to Writer to Author – you must write.
Stay for the book signing! T.E. MacArthur will have her books available for purchase and signing from 4:30-6:00 p.m. The book signing is open to the public–come by and meet the author!
As they are still working on The Hub downstairs, an email confirmation will be sent to each registered student with the exact location of each class held at the Odd Fellows Lodge. The lodge is located at 342 Georgia Street, Vallejo CA 94591. There is street parking as well as a lot behind the lodge building. On Saturday mornings the Vallejo Farmers Market is open from 9-1, parking will be unavailable on Georgia Street at that time.
To register for workshops online, please click the PayPal buttons on this link: http://www.luludeuxmillinery.com/workshops.html. (scroll down as there are several wonderful workshops listed here.)
If you would like to write a check, please contact Katie at firstname.lastname@example.org to let me know which classes your are signing up for and mail the check to: Katie Vardijan, PO Box 5223, Vallejo CA 94591.
4 thoughts on “Writer’s Block, Steampunk, and NANOWRIMO – or Help, I’m Stuck! Workshop”
Well. This sucks. Would love to attend but I am in Canada.
Let me get you a link to the free pdf handout I’m giving to attendees – it has fantastic info by my friend and author Sharon Cathcart. I wish you could make it but travel is not cheap or easy these days.
Thank you so much!
I love steampunk, (though I don’t dress it) I read a lot of it or anything I deem close enough to it. We have a small local steampunk festival in my city but its SMALL. I’ve wanted to write a steampunk story, and I’ve got a couple ideas in the works, but…I’m too afraid to mess up.
I really appreciate you sending me a link!
Here is the link: http://www.smashwords.com/books/view/222096
It’s a free download. I have a copy myself. Sharon is an author who has definitely been there and done that. I’ll be giving out copies to folks at the workshop and I will probably get plenty for future posts here. I hope they help. Some lessons a writer simply must experience to learn, but others are simply the proverbial reinvention of the wheel.