Susan Wingate, Author of the “Bobby’s Diner Series” (Blue Star Books) will be offering her very popular workshop, "Muscling-Up the Gut of Your Story."
This is what Deborah Schneider (the 2009 RWA Librarian of the Year) said about Susan’s novel-writing workshop:
“Make sure people know that the King County Library System [Seattle, WA] recommends your workshop.”
Details about follow below:
Where? Friendship Community Church in Ahwatukee
9807 S. 48th St. Phoenix, AZ 85044
(1/2 mile north of Elliot Rd.)
When? Wednesday, May 19, 2010 @ 4:00p – 8:00p
How much? Only $85 and this includes light appetizers and refreshments and AMAZING results!
The fee must be prepaid by 5/15 to hold seat.
Early Registration Incentive: Susan will sing “Arizona Cowboy Joe” for those who sign up by 5/15/10.
The workshop runs for 4 hours beginning at 4:00 p.m., so get there no less than 15 minutes beforehand.
You will see results. Most people walk away from this class with a fully-developed outline to which they can write after they leave the class.
Here's a description about the workshop...
MUSCLING-UP THE GUT OF YOUR STORY: A Novel-Writing Workshop
Do you ever wonder why stories you might've read seemed to go flat after the beginning? Do you feel your own story lacks the umph to retain a reader's attention? Well, if so, this workshop will instruct how to avoid writing boring middles of any story. Moving through each part of storytelling:
(Previously taught at: 2009 PNWA Conference, 2009 several libraries with the KCLS, San Juan Library, A Book For All Seasons and many other venues)
You can email workshop coordinator, Elizabeth Ajamie-Boyer to prepay (by check or by PayPal) for this workshop by 5/15/2010 at:
Or, you may call Elizabeth at 602/501-1175 and make arrangements with her directly!
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Award-winning novelist & poet, Susan Wingate writes literary fiction, women's fiction, suspense and mystery. Combining many elements of each of the genres, her novels continue to garner recognition. Wingate has written six novels and many short stories and poems.
In 2009, novel "Bobby's Diner" received two finalist awards for the National Best Books Award (USA Book News), and for the Next Generation Indie Book Awards.
Wingate's novella, "Camouflage"
A seasoned speaker, Wingate offers six writing workshops she gives at conferences, libraries and bookstores.
For more information, please go to: www.susanwingate.com