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LRWA Online Writing Workshops

Interested in taking an online writing course? Then, check out the scheduled courses sponsored by the Lowcountry RWA!

You do not have to be a member, or even local, to sign up for one of these courses.

Upcoming February Workshops:

I Used To Hate Writing The Synopsis But Not Anymore
Presented By: Susan Palmquist
Dates: Feb 2 – 27, 2015
Fee: $20.00
Course Description: This workshop covers synopsis writing, query letters, blurbs and taglines so writers have a complete package to submit at the end of the workshop.
Instructor Bio: Susan Palmquist is the author of three ongoing series, Perfect Pairing, Kalispell Shirfters, and Big Sky Ranch.
Register Here
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How To Write Fast Again
Presented By: Peter Andrews
Dates: Feb 2 – 27, 2015
Fee: $20.00
Course Description: Crank up the efficiency and get that novel, short story, article or script DONE. Peter will teach you to use exercises, evaluations, along with some tips and technologies to teach you to write faster. Discover how to break through blocks, get ideas, develop plots, draft and polish in less time without losing quality.
Instructor Bio: Peter Andrews writes short stories, speeches, articles, and blogs. He has worked as a web producer, speechwriter, and radio producer.
Register Here
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Registration for February classes ends Feb 2, 2014.

Questions? Email the Online Workshop Coordinator, Renay Marsh using the subject line: LRWA ONLINE WORKSHOP.

To subscribe to the LRWA Online Workshop monthly mailing list, go to: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/LRWAonlinecourses/join

Is there an author in the house?

newsboy-paperboy-boy-person-newsOkay – I may have just left a big clue about my age. 🙂

I am pleased to announce that I have signed a contract with Liquid Silver Books to publish my debut novel, What the Duke Wants!  We are scheduled for an early 2015 release.   I’ll post details about the book, the release date, and pre-ordering links when they become available.

I am so thankful to my family and friends who have supported me along the way.  I am very, very fortunate.  Specifically, I ‘d like to thank:

My husband, who made it possible for me to be at home and who put up with a lot of late nights and messy house days while I wrote… and wrote and wrote and wrote…  Thank you.  (But let’s not tell anyone that this is only an excuse for the messy house, and that I’m normally that way anyway.)

My mother-in-law, Hilary Quinton, who spent months here listening to me talk out ideas and plot points, then reviewed and critiqued and reviewed so more.  Thank you. (I finally swept up the remains of your brains from the porch floor and saved them for your next visit.)

My kids, who believed in me, albeit impatiently, every step of the way.  Thanks, babies.  (They only thought it official on the day my business cards came in.  Who knew it was that easy to become an author?)

My friends, who reviewed it, believed in it and me, and helped raise my spirits when I doubted myself.  Thank you.  (I still use my fingerless gloves to keep my perpetually cold hands warm while I write.)

I’d like to thank the academy -… er, no, wait, wrong dream…

 

Amy Quinton, Author of Historical Romance

(I have to admit that I’m tickled to be able to say that)