Today definitely feels like fall. It’s the coldest it’s been in a long time, and windy too. However, I won’t complain because it’s perfect for staying inside and writing.
One of this month’s workshops had to be canceled due to low registration and the second one’s in danger of going the same way. I’ve been told it’s not just my workshops but a bunch of others too. I’m not sure if it’s a time or money factor problem for writers. Having said that I’ve decided to offer a few of workshops on my own. They’ll be taught on a forum and will launch in February. I’ll keep you posted on more news.
So if you’re a writer and you take workshops, what’s the deciding factor for you? Cost, flexibility of lessons…you can read them whenever you want, or subject matter? Would love to hear some of your responses.
My next book release is this Wednesday, Cade, the second book in the Big Sky County series. I’m waiting to see the cover which for me is often the most exciting part about being a writer.
I’m currently working on two historicals which means doing research and reading books on the era. If you’re ever curious about the Regency period one book I’m currently reading and can recommend is Jane Austen’s England by Roy and Lesley Adkins. Lots of well presented information about life during both the Georgian and Regency periods. Sometimes just reading these history books sparks an idea for a story.
Have a good week and happy writing.