Giving a workshop

I’m planning a workshop for newly published and unpublished authors. Here are the details a friend of mine so generously wrote up for me:

Writer Workshop: Common Pitfalls and Tips for Publishing

Sedonia Guillone, publisher at Ai Press, is giving a workshop to address manuscript submissions and rejections. Her focus will be on what editors look for, what may cause editors to reject manuscripts, even if they like certain aspects of it. The workshop is geared to address many of the issues witers must face early on in the careers such as tags, POV, and characterization. There will also be some discussion on topics for erotic romance authors such as use of language and building sexual tension. This is intended to be a one time workshop lasting a few hours. Sounds like a great opportunity to engage in an online discussion with an extremely prolific and talented writer.

If you are interested in participating in a discussion to share your concerns and to hear the concerns of others, this may be a great opportunity . There will be a small fee of $15 to participate, but as part of the workshop, she will provide a critique of the first two chapters of a manuscript and give feedback about what might be holding it back from publication. As soon as 10 – 15 people commit to participation, she’ll do the workshop for sure. So, if you’re interested, reply to her e-mail: indicating you would participate. Let your other writer friends know, particularly newer or unpublished authors and see if they too would be interested in particiaption.


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