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PRE-WRITING WORKSHOP: Everything you need to know about your novel before you start.

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Registration is now open for YARWA’s February online class, PRE-WRITING WORKSHOP: Everything you need to know about your novel before you start. This workshop is designed for published AND unpublished writers, and YARWA members receive a 50 percent discount!

PRE-WRITING WORKSHOP: Learn everything you need to know about your novel before you start

Name of Instructor: Heather Long


Dates: February 18-22, 2013

Cost: $10 for YARWA members (non-member fee is $20)

To Register: http://yarwa.com/programs

About the Class: 
This five day class is all pre-writing work and warm-ups. You will do your research and answer Heather’s top ten questions of what you need to know before you start writing your book. You’ll also get some time management techniques for creating writing windows in your writing schedule, warm up your words per hour with sprints, develop your plot, your characterization and your storytelling – everything you need to know in just five days. This course will help you eliminate obstacles, develop your toolbox, and write that novel you can see and hear in your mind.

About the Instructor:  
Heather Long lives in Texas with her family and their menagerie of animals. As a child, Heather skipped picture books and enjoyed the Harlequin romance novels by Penny Jordan and Nora Roberts that her grandmother read to her. Heather believes that laughter is as important to life as breathing and that the Easter Bunny, the Tooth Fairy and Santa Claus are very real. In the meanwhile, she is hard at work on her next novel. Learn more at her website: 
http://www.heatherlong.net
 
For any questions, please contact the workshop coordinator, Lea Nolan, at vp-programs (at) YARWA (dot) com

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