I have not vanished, just been in a whirlwind of workshops over the last week.
Here at the coast we had two really fun workshops with about thirty professional writers in each workshop. That’s intense, fun, and a wonderful learning experience for me. John Helfers and Kerrie Hughes were the two visiting editors for the second workshop and they are also editing volumes of the new Fiction River Anthology Magazine. (It’s getting close to being announced.)
And now this week, the March online workshops are starting up. In a week all this workshop stuff will calm down here, but at the moment it’s been exciting for me.
So everyone who is signed up for the March Online Workshops, you will be getting letters from me with the location and passwords tomorrow and early Tuesday morning. If you have not gotten a letter from me by Tuesday evening and you think you are signed up for a March Online Workshop, please e-mail me.
And yes, there are still spots open in all five March online workshops. How to Plot Your Novel and World Building are the two new ones. Also a Covers Workshop and Book Interior workshop. Allyson Longuiera and I both teach the covers and interior workshops. Information and how to sign up is under the Online Workshop tab above.
And then after Tuesday and all this workshop stuff settles, I have three short stories to write for editors who are waiting for them in a week or so. And the ghost novel is still hanging fire. I’ll blog about it if it actually launches into the writing stage.
I know, I know, tough life. Hanging around with a bunch of professional writers and then having editors waiting for my stories and novel. But someone has to do it. (grin)