National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 29th)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 22nd)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

National Novel Writing Month Workshop (Nov. 15th)

Write a 50,000-word draft of a novel in thirty days during National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo). KHCPL wants to help you, so we’ll be a Come Write In! Center. There will be workshops every Sunday in November to meet other writers, get inspiration, research information, or just plain write! For more information about National Novel Writing Month, including tips, a novel tracker, and encouragement, check out the official website.

The Forensics of Stories

 

The great authors make writing look easy, but most of the time getting the story right is a mystery. Not now. KHCPL will help you with a free workshop by Bryan Furuness, the author of the Lost Episodes of Revie Bryson. He teaches at Butler University, where he is also the Pressgang Editor in Chief. He loves thinking about the architecture of stories and representing it visually (maps, diagrams, pictures, etc.) because it helps writers understand how to build a story. Bryan will teach you how to see and break down stories visually. Space is limited. Call (765) 457-3242 to register.