When everything shut down back in March, one of of my first thoughts was: Now I have time to write!
But somehow, things didn’t work out the way I’d hoped. I spent the first month of the “safer at home” period basically on staycation, reading, watching TV and researching my family history. The writing has been only sporadic, and I know I’m not the only author who has been affected this way.
That’s why I’m so looking forward to this month’s OCC/RWA Online Class.
Here’s Allie’s video invitation to the class:
How to Write When It All Goes Wrong
Oct. 12 – Nov. 8, 2020
with Allie Pleiter
About the Class:
Is your muse yelling “SOS”? How do you keep the words pouring onto the page when your real life feels like it’s under attack? Every writer knows how stress and personal crises can strangle your creativity. Help is on the way in this online class with multi-published author Allie Pleiter. You’ll learn:
◦ Writer-specific tactics to get you through the thick of your crisis
◦ Ways to keep the words flowing
◦ Smart communication with colleagues and collaborators
◦ How to use your circumstances in your writing
As the author of over 30 books and the creator of The Chunky Method of time management for writers, Pleiter has met deadlines in the midst of some imposing traumas. With candor, insight, and the wisdom of experience, she shares practical and inventive strategies for how to stay afloat and creative amid life’s stormiest seas.
Comments from attendees:
“I found Allie’s explanations and insights to be very helpful.”
“Thanks to Allie, I’m realizing I don’t have to “shut down” creativity during a crisis. There are a lot of options to working with creativity, rather than against it, during times of duress.”
About the Instructor:
An avid knitter, coffee junkie and firm believer that “pie makes everything better,” Allie Pleiter writes both fiction and non-fiction working on as many as four novels at a time. The bestselling author of over fifty books, Allie has enjoyed a twenty-year career with over 1.5 million books sold. In addition to writing, Allie maintains an active writing productivity coaching practice and speaks regularly on the creative process, publishing, and her very favorite topic—The Chunky Method of time management for writers.
Visit her website at http://www.alliepleiter.com to learn more.
Fees are $20 for OCC/RWA members; $30 for non-members; $10 for OCC/RWA volunteers.
Note: OCC/RWA members who paid $55 for dues and wish to claim their free online class should email [email protected].
Sign up and pay for the class here: http://occrwa.org/classes/online-class-three/
Hope to see you in class!
Oh my gosh, I was exactly the same!! I thought, what is there to do but get some writing done and sadly, I’ve done very little. The course sounds great, Allie!