Friday Ramblings From An Author-Goodbye Printer





The first month of the year is slowly winding down which means the end of the first workshop of 2017. Two more begin Feb 1st and just in case anyone’s interested here are the links.

The first one is the synopsis bootcamp which has reached it’s ten participant limit but I’ve given the go ahead for more people to sign up. It’s a two week class which is more of a one on one type workshop

Second one focuses on writing erotic romances and here’s the link. This is a four week workshop.

This week I’ve done more behind the scene stuff than actual writing. I finally gave in and bought a new printer. The old one, well it wasn’t that old but sometimes it would print sometimes it wouldn’t. After doing one last troubleshooting session and not getting anywhere I decided it needed to go to printer’s retirement home.

I got some more workshops loaded onto Teachable. Did research for my new non-fiction title and helped a fellow writer self publish two books, one of which made it to the bestseller’s list so way to go Emma! She told me I should teach a workshop on self publishing which actually I’ll be doing later this year.

There’s something about a new year that also makes you do some decluttering and I decided to go through all my old files both in the desk drawer and my computer. I’ve found some old stories and ideas that I feel are worth a second look. Give that a try sometime and I think you’ll be surprised what you find.

Have a fun week and happy writing to all.

Friday Ramblings

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