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Teaching Schedule For My Online Workshops

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And here is my teaching schedule for 2019-

I’ll be teaching exclusively for Outreach International, (OIRW) in 2019. These are all live classes that run at certain times.

(If you’re looking for self-paced ones that you can take at any time and study at your own pace, check out the self-paced class page on this site or visit https://writersroom.zenler.com/ )

 

Here is the website for OIRW http://www.oirwa.com/forum/campus/

Prices for regular classes $25 for members of OIRW, $35 for non-members.

Bootcamp classes $55 for members of OIRW and $65 for non-members. Limited number of students, more intense and one on one with the instructor.

Classes are four weeks long unless stated.

APRIL

So, You Want to Self-Publish Your Novel? 8-30

Great Beginnings-Hooking the Reader in the First Chapters 8-30

 

 MAY

Self-Publishing Bootcamp (Limited to 10 students) 6-30

 JUNE

Writing Erotic Romance and Erotica 3-28

Getting Contest/Conference Ready 3-28

JULY

Crafting the Short Story or Novella 8-30

 AUGUST

Crafting the Short Story or Novella Bootcamp (Limited to 10 students) 5-30

SEPTEMBER

Writing the Continuing Series and/or Trilogy 9-30

Common Writing Problems and How to Fix Them 9-30

OCTOBER

Getting Ready for NaNoWriMo 7-30

Self-Publishing Bootcamp (Limited to 10 students) 7-30

November ***No classes week of Thanksgiving

Write Characters-Creating People Readers will Love 4-29

Synopsis Writing Bootcamp (2 weeks, Limited to 10 students) 2-16

2020 Schedule

January

Plotting Your Novel Bootcamp

Writing the Short Story

February

Writing the Erotic Romance and Erotica

Writing the Series or Trilogy Boot Camp

March

Promoting Your Book Boot Camp

How to Write a Romance Novel

April

Plotting Your Novel Boot Camp

So, You Want to Self-Publish Your Book

May

Writing the Short Story

Writing a Synopsis Boot Camp

 

June, July, August-Summer Writing Retreat

The class is divided into three sections. You can take all three or just one or two depending on your needs and where you’re at with your writing and manuscript.

 

Section One June 1-26th

Setting goals, getting motivated, setting a writing schedule.

Picking the right genre for you and generating ideas.

Outlining and plotting your story.

Building conflict in your story

Working on creating characters that are perfect for your plot.

 

Section Two-July 6-31st

Learning how to write realistic and dazzling dialogue.

All about Point of View, what it is, what it isn’t.

Deep POV

How to make your story an emotional read

Narration and Pacing

 

Section Three-August 3-28th

Fine tuning your manuscript, learn how to up the emotion and conflict and bring your story to its conclusion.

Self-editing and working on a second draft

Common causes for rejection

Writing a synopsis and pitch letter-putting together the perfect submission package

Writing groups, dealing with rejections and living the writing life.

 

Each section will have lessons posted twice a week, a Q and A time at the end of each section. There will also be assignments and exercises for you to try and each section will have a workbook containing more tips on various topics and space for you to try out some of your newly learned skills.

September

Writing the Short Story

Promoting Your Book Boot Camp

October

So, You Want to Self-Publish Boot Camp

Writing a Series or Trilogy

November

Plotting Your Novel Boot Camp

Writing a Synopsis Boot Camp

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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