Instructor:Laurie Schnebly Campbell Active Class Dates: 01/18/21 – 01/29/21 Cost: $25 RWASD Members, $30 Non-RWASD Members Registration closes on January 21st, 2021.
Whether it’s the first rejection, the 50th-book slump, or just not getting the story you want, frustration is part of every writer’s life. For some, it’s a nuisance; for others, it’s the end of a career. So, for anyone determined to make 2021 a better writing year, this workshop offers both practical and psychological techniques for dealing with challenges including:
* Rejection (from an agent, reader, editor, reviewer, or anyone else)
* Discouragement (frequently accompanied by a lack of joy in writing)
* Writer’s block (when “butt-in-chair” resolutions no longer work)
* Exhaustion, boredom, fear of success, and more
After looking at the causes (and some surprising benefits) of these and other problems, writers will take home new awareness of what WORKS for them…and renewed inspiration for returning to the craft they love.
Laurie Schnebly Campbell enjoys tackling issues that draw on her experience as a counseling therapist and a romance novelist who beat out Nora Roberts for RT’s Best Special Edition of the Year. Her favorite books are those published by writers she’s watched creating their stories with the help of her workshops, with 48 First Sales so far.