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Classes Starting the Week of March 4

Web Design with WordPress with Terri Main Advanced Writing with Laura Drake Writing Blurbs that Sizzle—And Sell! with Karen Wiesner 10 Out of the Box Ways to Market Your Work in Progress with Patricia Fischer Special Events, Programs, and Webinars starting this week WordWonders: Irene Roth’s Mentoring and Instruction Program for Writers ~ Continual Intake  …
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Is Your Book’s Setting A Legitimate Character? By Yvonne Walus

What is a character? Can your book’s setting act as a character in the story? What does that even mean? Characters have morals, personality, emotions and mood swings. They want, they feel, they act. Most of all, they influence and plot. Often, they will also change themselves as the story progresses. How can a setting …
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Pirates! The Enemy of All Mankind by Cindy Vallar

Imagine. The year is 1715.  You’ve struggled to find work for two years, ever since the war ended and the navy no longer needed your services. You’re in a port far from home, but can’t get there because you’ve no money and there aren’t enough openings on merchant ships because so many others vie for …
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Celebrating Writers By Becky Martinez

Ah, the joy of telling a story. Too often writers think only of the creative writing process, but while the joy of being able to write a good fiction story, can be challenging, the joy of writing a non-fiction story can be just as rewarding. Too often we don’t give ourselves enough credit for what …