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2014 Workshops

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Kim Bangs: To Self-Publish or Not to Self-Publish? That Is a Question We live in a world of multiple options for almost everything, and publishing is certainly no exception. There are many ways to get a book published, but which is the best choice for your work and for your hopes and dreams? We’ll discuss when and if there is ... Read More »

Winter 2014 Workshops

Marilyn Rhoads
OCW Program Coordinator

Winter Workshops Will Inspire Your Craft by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator A. “Five Steps to Getting Out of the Slush Pile,” presented by Deborah Raney, will cover the five main writing problems that crop up whenever Deborah critiques a manuscript or judges writing contests. Fixing these five common issues can make the difference between a manuscript that lands in ... Read More »

Workshops – Fall 2013

Marilyn Rhoads
OCW Program Coordinator

Add Fall Color to Your Writing by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator From fiction writing to marketing, here are eight workshops you want to miss! A. Brandilyn Collins will present “The Four Ds of Story Structure”: Desire, Distancing, Denial, Devastation. These Four Ds form the main building blocks for your novel. Learn what each one means and why they are ... Read More »

Spring 2013 Workshops

Marilyn Rhoads
OCW Program Coordinator

Spring Workshops: Searching for the Gold by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator Sally Stuart will teach, “Query Letters: A Winning Sales Tool.” More and more publishers are requiring a query letter before they will look at a finished manuscript. Unless you know how to write this important sales letter, you will not be successful in the marketplace. This workshop will ... Read More »

Fall 2012 Workshops

Marilyn Rhoads
OCW Program Coordinator

Make a Fresh Start: Fall Conference Workshops by Marilyn Rhoads, OCW Program Coordinator  A. Colleen Coble will present “Layers: Connect with Your Reader.” A novel is much more fun when there is enough complexity to engage the reader. Layers help your fiction reader identify with your characters. Learn the Rule of Three and how to develop your plot with new ... Read More »

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