Are you having trouble getting your novel written? Are you stuck?
Get help this weekend.
Local author Michelle A. Hansen is offering an Intensive, Two-Day, Novel-Writing Workshop in Kennewick this Friday and Saturday. It is two full days of start-to-finish writing instruction.
The cost is just $347, and $20 of every registration goes to Rivers of Ink!
If you're ready to finally get that book done, sign up today.
Register at www.michelleahansen.com/registration
Not ready to publish? Then, check out this workshop:
NOVEL WRITING: A GREAT BEGINNING
Wednesday, June 24, 2015
Richland Public Library
6:00– 7:00 p.m.
WE will look at ways to make sure your story starts off strong and stays strong. We will cover important topics like making sure you have a solid premise, crafting a great hook and how to raise the stakes. Get ready to take your writing to the next level.
Michelle A. Hansen, author of PAINTED BLIND (2012) and BEFORE THEY FIND US (2013). Register today at www.michelleahansen.com/registration. The workshop is FREE OF CHARGE, hosted by the Richland Public Library and Rivers of Ink Writers Conference.
The ink is barely dry on the 2014 Rivers of Ink conference but plans are well underway for the 2015 conference, bigger and better than ever. We will shortly have a call for presentations on the website. In addition we hope to soon be able to announce whom our 2015 Keynote speakers will be! Please bookmark the Rivers of Ink website and check back often.
The sixth annual Rivers of Ink writer’s conference was held October 10 and 11 at the Richland Public Library. Thanks to our wonderful presenters and attendees, it was the most successful ever! Over 80 people attended, and the feedback was overwhelmingly positive, with most evaluations giving presenters 5-out-of-5. The most popular workshops were from both new and returning presenters, including topics such as Making the Break from Traditional to Indie Publishing, from keynote speaker Delilah Marvelle; The Media Interview, from Tri-Cities radio personality Greg Martin; and Real Fighting in Fiction, from Amazon best-selling author Jason Bond.
“The speakers and authors were all so friendly and kind in sharing their knowledge,” said one attendee. Another commented, “It was hard to decide which class to attend – there were so many excellent choices!” The most-requested way to improve the conference was to run more workshops. Suggestions for workshops included pitching strategies, story arc, screenwriting, poetry, and picture books. Interest in independent publishing and marketing was also high.
What would you like to see on the schedule for Rivers of Ink 2015? Tell us in the comments.