Wednesday, March 25, 2020

Amador County Arts Council Offers Free Online Creative Writing Workshop

The Write Direction
With Jess Moore and Sarah Armstrong-Garner
FREE Online Fiction Writing Workshop sponsored by Amador County Arts Council

Amador County Arts Council presents Jess Moore and Sarah Armstrong-Garner in a FREE online fiction writing series. The local, professional authors will begin the series with “So you want to write a book?” and will lead participants through the entire process, finishing with instructions on what to do with your finished piece.

This program is geared for beginning writers, fourteen and older. The workshop Dates are April 16, April 23, April 30, May 14, May 21, and May 28 at 6PM PST on The Write Direction Facebook Group page. Workshops will begin with a video of Jess and Sarah talking about the topic of the week and end with a live chat.

Week One: Motivation, Different Planning Styles, and Emotional Insecurities

Week Two: Show, Don’t Tell, Genre Expectations, and Voice

Week Three: Character Arcs and the Importance of POV

Week Four: Plot, Themes, and Threads

Week Five: Marketing while Writing and Beyond

Week Six: Online Literary Read

CLASS LIMITED TO 20. REGISTRATION:
Contact Jess Moore to register: jessica.moore2279@gmail.com

About the instructors:
Originally hailing from the Midwest, you can always expect an "ope" from Jess Moore or one of her characters. She moved to historic gold-country California ages ago and still misses Ohio when the leaves are wild with color. Jess spent years building careers in both teaching and social work, but now, she writes in the very early morning while her family sometimes sleeps. Her debut novel, The Evolution of Jeremy Warsh, is a coming of age story of a young artist finding himself. You can find more information about Jess at www.itwasjess.wordpress.com.

Sarah Armstrong-Garner is the author of the fantasy trilogy, Sinking. She lives in Northern California with her husband, four children, two dogs, and a handful of cats. Her love for storytelling doesn't stay in just books, but also in screenplays and plays. You can find more information on Sarah at www.saraharmstronggarner.com

This activity is supported in-part by the California Arts Council, a state agency.
More info at cac.ca.gov.

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