Thursday, April 30, 2015
Making It Real: An All-Day Writing Workshop
I love it when people ask when my next all-day writing workshop will be. These workshops produce so much wonderful discovery, spiritual growth, and encouraging fellowship between those who attend. We eat, share, write, cry, and drink lots of tea and coffee. The meeting room is a large conference room at the Hampton Inn in Raleigh/Cary, North Carolina.
So since there is an interest, now there will be a workshop!
This all-day workshop is open to anyone who wants to discover the benefits of writing from heartache. There are many sorrows in life; writing through them brings healing, health and hope! Join us if you are going through or have been through a rough season and want to find helpful ways to pen your anger, lessons learned, frustration, or even joy. Let's be authentic! Let's make it real.
Be sure to sign up today to get the Early Bird Special!
Making It Real:
An All-Day Workshop of
Writing From the Heart
Date: Saturday, August 8, 2015
Time: 9:00 AM to 4 PM
Location: Hampton Inn and Suites
111 Hampton Woods Lane, Raleigh, NC 27607
Facilitated by Alice J. Wisler
Alice is a bereaved mother, author of six novels, one devotional, a cookbook compiler (in memory of children), freelance writer, social worker, and instructor of many writing through grief workshops. She travels the country presenting her workshops of healing, health and hope.
In addition to having plenty of time to freely write, we'll focus on the following:
*Emotions in writing and how to make them real in our work
*How to write realistic dialogue
*What to leave in, what to keep out of our writing
*Tips for self-critiquing our own work
* Learning from the Greats --- how to write better prose
* Discovering our unique voices in our writing
* How to help others through our tough seasons
A light breakfast and lunch, as well as snacks, will be provided and are included in your workshop fee.
What you need to bring:
*Your own notebook or journal
*A comfortable pen
Click here to: Sign up today!