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THE HOWS AND WHYS OF WRITING SHORT


Dates:October 20, 2015
Meets:Tu from 7 PM to 8 PM
Location:Timberline High School
Instructor:Conda Douglas
Fee: $9.25  

THIS COURSE IS NOW CLOSED. SPRING SESSION REGISTRATION OPENS APRIL 1, 2018. COME BACK AND SEE US!

Sorry, we are no longer accepting registrations for this course. Please contact our office to find out if it will be rescheduled, or if alternative classes are available.


Course Description

If you want to be a successful author, then write short. Whether you write short stories or articles or both you’ll find a wealth of benefits from writing short and sweet in this one night class. Whether you are a new author or a long-established pro this class will teach you new techniques for writing short.

 

Writer’s block? Write a short piece and break it. Need ideas for a novel or nonfiction book? Write short stories and articles for ideas and inspiration. Want to develop a character and/or setting for a novel? Write a short story about same and watch the ideas flow. Need to promote your nonfiction? Write and publish articles about same. Or write short for its own sake.

At the end of this one hour class, everyone will have written one flash (100 words or less) short story or an article outline. Any author can write short, let Conda show you how!

 

Optional material fee is for the book Write Short to Succeed: Hows and Whys of Writing Short Stories and Articles. Conda’s recently released workbook includes twenty-six fun and easy exercises. Inside you’ll discover guidelines for writing short, tips, hints and exercises to get started, and proven strategies to ensure you get paid.

A great expansion on the class and sale priced at $7.00, normally for sale at $11.99.

 

Click on instructor link for biography; ages 18+.