Friday Ramblings From An Author-Last One for March

Hope you’re all doing well. I’m sure most of you find yourself in the same situation as me….in an area where you have to stay at home. This month has certainly been a unique one.

The March classes finish today and as I always do, I’ll promote April’s workshops.

The first one is a two week boot camp about writing a synopsis. Second one is a four week class about self publishing.

Here’s the link if you’re interested and please spread the word about them.

OIRW 2020 Workshops

I’m not sure if the classes are going to be more popular now just about everyone’s home or everyone is going to be watching those pennies. I did read that the number one thing people want to do right now is write a book. Publisher’s Weekly is reporting that agents have suddenly been swamped with manuscripts.

Even the folks at NaNoWriMo have put together a write at home program and here’s the link for that.

https://blog.nanowrimo.org/

I’m waiting to get my rights back to an older title. I finished editing and formatting two more that I’ll be re-releasing in the coming months.

Lots of people have e-mailed me about freelancing and working at home so next week, while I take a break from teaching, I’ll be putting together something.

At least the weather is getting warmer and as venturing out is now not on the table, the chair on the deck is looking very inviting. If any of you are working from home, or just stuck at home, weather permitting, take your office outside. You’d be surprised how it lifts your mood during tough times.

Thank you to Dee for being this week’s guest blogger.

Here’s wishing you a wonderful week and please stay safe.

Happy writing to all and live your dream.

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Friday Ramblings

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