The Help Desk – A Christmas Gift for Savvy Authors – Jodi Henley
Instructors: Jodi Henley. THE HELP DESK: WHAT’S YOUR PROBLEM?
It’s the holiday time – the season for giving, and we here at Savvy love the giving far more than the receiving. So we’ve teamed up with some of our most popular and experienced instructors, editors and writing coaches to help make your holiday season brighter and keep your writing on track during the end of the year insanity.
Therefore, for one week, five of our favorite elves will toss out ideas to help 20 writers each who are stuck for one reason or another on their manuscript. And we’ll be doing it ABSOLUTELY FREE.
This workshop is taking place in a very cozy virtual room. We’ll be shoulder to shoulder, crammed into it, but it’s the season for closeness, isn’t it? Even if everyone around you is a stranger. There’ll be an opening ‘lesson’ offering their sagest advice and then it’ll open for questions.
No pickpockets will be allowed in the door but picking each other’s – as well as my – mind to get a better grip on your story or writing career is what this is all about.
Registration is first come, first serve – you have a choice of one instructor to direct one question to. Register here to work with Jodi Henley, the genius behind this Christmas gift.
WHEN: Dec 10, 2012 – Dec 16, 2012
COST: FREE for ALL PREMIUM Members!
(This event is restricted to PREMIUM MEMBERS ONLY.)
REGISTRATION: This Special Event is open to Premium Members Only.
Jodi Henley is a long-time member of the popular on-line writer’s forum “Romance Divas” where her craft of writing articles have been archived as downloads in The Place for Answers, Romance Diva’s on-line library. Highly sought after for her plain-English approach to problem solving, Jodi spends her time dissecting the craft of writing. Her obsessive Myer-Briggs INTJ personality drives her to explain her findings, and she considers herself lucky to have a receptive audience. A long-time blogger, her blog, “ Will Work for Noodles”, is a popular writer’s reference for people in fields from play-writing to Christian magazines and newspaper journalism.
Praise for Jodi Henley:
“I’m so glad this story is FINALLY going somewhere! I’ve been working on this thing for like 4-5 years and then Jodi came along with her organic structure and BOOM! I always felt like this story could be something special but I just never felt I was ready to work on it. Jodi is a wealth of information”–Lauren Murphy, author of Cara’s Christmas Fantasy
Check it out here: http://www.savvyauthors.com/vb/showevent.php?eventid=1660
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