Join us Saturday, June 18, 2011, from 10am to 3pm for a highly interactive workshop to learn scene writing in seven steps!
Learn the key ingredients to formulating the single most important aspect of good writing – the scene. Jennifer has created a recipe all writers can follow in order to create juicy, tactile, focused and depth-filled scenes. All levels and all genres welcome. Plus, all workshop participants will receive a free copy of Jennifer’s audio series Writing Life: How to Write a Memoir and Free Your Self, a $35 value. Find out more here–http://www.jenniferlauck.com/writing_life.php
To register for Scene Writing in Seven Steps, download the registration form. Simply bring along the completed form to the workshop with a check for $50. Important, please email firstname.lastname@example.org to let us know if you plan on coming.
Saturday evening, Lauck will read from her latest book, Found: A Memoir, at 7pm at the Hoffman Center.
Jennifer Lauck is an award winning journalist and the author of the New York Times Bestseller Blackbird. Featured on The Oprah Show, Winfrey told her audience, “this should have been a Book of the Month book. Read it now!”
Blackbird has been translated into twenty-two languages and made the bestseller list in London, Ireland and Spain. Lauck has traveled throughout England, Scotland, Ireland, Sweden, Denmark, Finland and Holland, to speak about her writing. Lauck was given the Book Sense 76 award and was featured in Newsweek, Harper’s Bazaar, Talk Magazine, People, Glamour and Writer’s Digest. She was a select USA Today pick and nominated for two Oregon Book Awards.
Her new book, Found: A Memoir, came out in March 2011. It is a sequel to Blackbird and is about the search and reunion with her birth mother.
For further information, contact Vera Wildauer at 971-344-5691 or email email@example.com).