Presenter: Lucie-Gabrielle Jolicoeur-Rousseau
Workshop: This workshop is divided into two sessions. Please make sure you can attend both sessions and participate in the writing/feedback activities. The cost includes both sessions.
Session 1 is a teaching session. Wednesday, Oct 7th, 10-1:30
Session 2 will consist of readings of the works and sharing constructive criticism
- Wednesday, Oct 21, 2020, 10:00-1:30 Group 1
- Wednesday, Oct 28, 2020, 10:00-1:30 Group 2 (if needed)
- Members: $30 for Windmore members may pay online.
- Non-members: $40 for non-members pay online.
Windmore members will have access to the video after the session. Become a member now: https://tinyurl.com/WFA-membership-2020-2021
Fifth Writers Workshop: Close Narration
Part 1: April 21, 2020, 10AM-2:30PM, Culpeper County Library
Part 2: April 28, 2020, 10AM-2:30 PM, Culpeper County Library
Give your reader ‘the feels’.
Make your readers live the story and connect to your characters by improving how you relay thoughts and emotions. Make inner monologues more convincing.
Lucie Rousseau will take participants for a closer look at the following:
- 1st person narration and Stream of Consciousness;
- POV and Free Indirect Speech (3rd person limited)
Payment is due at the first session of the workshop. $30 Members; $40 Non-members
Registration limited: https://tinyurl.com/close-narration
I started this book in Massachusetts in 1973 with the question: How did thirteen disjointed colonies form a new nation when they were held captive by the all-powerful British empire? And aside from Washington, Adams, Franklin, and Jefferson, who stepped up as the supporting cast? Where did they come from? What kind of determination and courage did it take to win against such incredible odds?
I found the stories of over twenty of this heroic supporting cast in bits and pieces in hundreds of places. This book is my attempt to put those stories in one concise book for the benefit of my family and friends.
Unsung Heroes is available at Amazon.
Remember to order through AmazonSmile
to donate to the WIndmore Foundation for the Arts.
Sally Humphries is a member of Windmore’s Pen-to-Paper program.
Photo by Thought Catalog on Unsplash
Windmore’s Publishing Discussion Group
Lucie Russo facilitates a monthly meeting of writers who want to learn about new publishing information. The group will also share helpful information about resources or social media sites, offer editing tips, list resources to check out and places to post their works.
All meetings are in the conference room at the Culpeper County Library. The meetings are on the second Tuesday of every month from 10AM to Noon. All are welcome to attend.
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For more information call 540-547-4333.
Sally Humphries, a member of Pen-to Paper, recently published Cally and Friends, a delightful sequel to Cally Tales: Cally’s Adventures and Those of Her Friends.
Cally and Friends introduces new friends like the incomparable Suki, Calvin and Hobbs, Tess, Zoe, Paz, Reckless and the memorable Trucker from Montana. Cally also checks back with her old friends from Cally Tales, advising Max about his ears and disclosing Oliver’s adventures in the Serengeti.
Can cats and dogs be friends? Cally extends her paw of friendship to d-o-g-s, beginning with Bella and Buffy, the adorable Shih-Tzus. She finds the antics of Murphy and Wally, Rags, Freddy, Schnitzel, and PBJ somewhat bewildering but intriguing. It all ends with Tig, the cat who decided he was a dog. Of course, Cally’s faithful staff, Sally Humphries, writes down everything she says – well, almost everything.
You can find this humorous and enjoyable read at Amazon.
Congratulations, Sally and Cally
Pen-to-Paper presents Digital Marketing Seminar:
Saturday, October 27, 2018 10am-3pm
Culpeper Baptist Church, Culpeper, VA
Third Floor, Look for the Room Signs
Registration is $25 for Windmore members and $40 for non-members.
Lunch and handouts included.
Click here to register.
NOTE: Registration is required by October 24, 2018.
Elizabeth Rees, Marketing Consultant, will present a class on Basic Digital Marketing for authors and entrepreneurs. She has been marketing small businesses since 2006 when she started her own business, A Touch of Love Equine Massage Therapy, in North Carolina. From there she marketed the farm where she worked, Hitching Post Stables. This included everything from print ads to a commercial.
Methods have changed a great deal since 2006 and Elizabeth has been building her digital marketing skills. Digital advertising is essential to any entrepreneur or author today.
Elizabeth holds a BA in Liberal Arts and an MA in Criminal Justice. She joined Windmore’s Pen-to-Paper in the spring of 2018.
Currently, Elizabeth is working with several businesses to help them build their digital presence.
For more information call 540-547-4333 email firstname.lastname@example.org.