Recap: Beyond the Furrowed Brow

2017-10-23T15:32:49+00:00

This week our ORWA meeting was at a new location. We met at the James Bartleman City Archives (100 Tallwood Drive) and really enjoyed the large room and natural light. In the meeting portion we

Recap: Beyond the Furrowed Brow 2017-10-23T15:32:49+00:00

Weaving the Twin-Stranded Storyline

2017-11-12T11:08:33+00:00

Whether you’re tackling a timeslip or time-travel novel, a book within a book, a dual storyline, or simply a series of flashbacks, the technical challenges of interweaving two sets of main characters, two plots, and

Weaving the Twin-Stranded Storyline 2017-11-12T11:08:33+00:00

Advanced Writing Workshop with Alicia Rasley

2017-09-17T19:16:53+00:00

The September workshop will be held on Sunday, September 10, 2017 and will be an all-day workshop (10:00am - 4:00) in our regular Room 1A at Ben Franklin Place. Alicia is presenting 2 workshops, which are classified as

Advanced Writing Workshop with Alicia Rasley 2017-09-17T19:16:53+00:00

Writing Active Setting with Mary Buckham

2017-09-17T19:18:08+00:00

This is a live webinar with question and answer sessions with USA Today Bestselling Author Mary Buckham. Learn how to enhance your fiction by utilizing the power of active setting without pulling readers out of

Writing Active Setting with Mary Buckham 2017-09-17T19:18:08+00:00

March 5 Workshop: Wattpad with Linda Poitevin

2017-03-12T11:32:58+00:00

Serialized fiction goes back to the time of Charles Dickens and is currently undergoing a revival in today’s digital world. Savvy authors around the globe are exploring this “new” way of publishing and reaping significant

March 5 Workshop: Wattpad with Linda Poitevin 2017-03-12T11:32:58+00:00

February 5: Bloody Believable: Using forensic science

2017-02-18T20:37:47+00:00

Bloody Believable: Using forensic science to add depth to villain motivation, create realistic scenes and ensure that readers experience the terrifying details that go into crafting bloody believable book. About the presenter Sgt. Garneau is

February 5: Bloody Believable: Using forensic science 2017-02-18T20:37:47+00:00