Writing is not linear or binary—it’s messy. And that’s okay… discovery and realignment are part of successful storytelling.
If you’re feeling out of control, disorganized, insecure, or anxious that you’re not writing your story the “right” way, you might have the wrong idea about the anatomy of the writing process.
In my upcoming workshop, you’ll discover strategies for ensuring that your writing process is as efficient as it can be—that it’s right for you. We’ll discuss multiple approaches that have worked for other authors so you can adopt those ideas that, taken together, will create a writing process that’s perfect for you.
I’ll provide plenty of examples so that you leave the webinar with actionable ideas you can put to work immediately in your own writing.
A live Q & A session follows the main presentation!
Just fill out the form below to reserve your virtual seat.
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Mastering the Writing Process
Stop feeling overwhelmed and unsure about your writing process!
Learn how to optimize your writing process and create your own approach—the writing approach that works for YOU—in my upcoming FREE webinar!
Join me at my FREE virtual discussion:
Saturday, February 11th
1 p.m. Eastern Time
Reserve your spot at this FREE virtual workshop. I’ll send you the access details shortly before the event!
Jane K Cleland is the author of the Agatha Award-winning Mastering Plot Twists and Mastering Suspense, Structure & Plot, from Writer’s Digest Books, now Penguin Putnam Random House, and the multiple award-winning and IMBA-bestselling Josie Prescott Antiques mysteries, from St. Martin’s Minotaur. Her short fiction has been published by Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.
She is also a contributing editor for Writer’s Digest magazine and the chair of the Black Orchid Novella Award sponsored by the Wolfe Pack and Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine.