Stuck? Write To The Finish Line.

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Every writer gets stuck, especially when pulling her or his novel out of that hole. Join Deborah Turrell Atkinson and Lise McLendon, long time JHWC faculty, for a preconference novel workshop that will help you to get that novel off your computer and off to an agent or a publisher.

If you feel as if you have lost your way with your novel, this could be the best recipe to cook up some new energy in that novel. Be prepared to write and to delve into the mechanics of what works and what isn’t.

This six-hour workshop is set for Wednesday, June 27, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. in the conference room at the Center for the Arts. It includes a box lunch. Preregistration by May 27. You don’t have to attend the conference to attend this workshop.

You can register for $150 by going to the Register OnLine button on the home page of this site. You can use the Contact Us button to get more information. Space is limited to 12 so this is a very intimate, hands-on workshop.

–Connie Wieneke