Why do you need a Writer's Retreat this weekend?
Maybe you're doing NANOWRIMO and you're falling behind. It's okay, I don't judge. Been there, done that... Or maybe you're thisclose to finishing your project but you just need a few hours of quiet... Or maybe you need to collaborate with a few other writery types or have a question that another author or editor or agent or writing coach could help you with... It's going to be cold this weekend and spending time inside sounds great (I'm not making this up. My weather app is calling for a high of 55).
Regardless of which one of these is you, there is hope, this weekend at the OKC Writer's Retreat.
This is not a sponsored post, though I am promoting my work as I'll be there, available to assist you with any questions you might have for an editor. Because that's what I am. Yes, really. If you want more info on that, you should first of all pay better attention (c'mon, I overshare about pretty much everything so you must know this about me) and second of all click here.
Details about the retreat:
Who: Hosted by Shannon Whittington, author coach behind Creative Literary Consultants
What: A relaxed opportunity to spend time writing or picking the brains of others in the field
Where: UCO International House, 912 Chowning Ave in Edmond
When: Saturday, November 19, 9am-3pm
How much: $47 for the day (lunch included)
Why: You need time and space to write. You need encouragement from others. You want to ask questions of an author coach, editor or agent in a relaxed setting. You won't find a better deal. It's close to home.
Want to know more or register? Visit the Creative Literary Consultants web page and click OKC Writer's Retreat.