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    • 28 Oct 2017
    • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
    • Harbor Gateway Library- 24000 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90710
    • 10
    Register

    Calling All Children's Book Writers: Picture Book, Early Reader, Chapter Book, Middle Grade, Young Adult, New AdultAll genre’s welcome

    Whether you’ve written a just handful of pages or you’re putting the finishing touches on your opus magnus, getting another set of eyes on your manuscript is a wise course of action.  But who can you get or trust to be that second set of eyes?  Family and friends run at the sight of you and even when they do read it, they say heartwarming, but ultimately useless things like, “That’s nice.”  That’s where I come in.

    I, Glenn Hanna will hosting the Children Book Writers of Los Angeles (CBA-LA) Saturday critique from 11am to 2pm at the LA Public Library, Harbor Gateway Branch, 24000 S Western Ave in the East Conference Room.

    If you’ve been to a Saturday critique before, then you know the drill.  If you’ve never attended one, let me explain how it goes.

    When to arrive:

    On time!  Please!  I know it’s fashionable to be ten to fifteen minutes late in LA but the time you waste is the time you take from yourself and the others in the group.  My formula is simple. I take the time we have and divide it among the people there.  More time we have, more time for all.

    What to bring:

    • 1.       If you’re writing a novel, then bring the first ten pages or the first chapter, whichever’s shorter.  If you’re writing a picture book, then bring the whole thing.  And please format your manuscript professionally:  Courier or Times New Roman 12 pt font, double spaced, single sided, 1 inch margins on white paper
    • 2.       Copies of your manuscript.  Please check back on this website to see how many are attending so that you know how many copies to bring.
    • 3.       A pen or pencil or something with which to take notes.  If you’re the oral type, by all means you may bring a tape recorder.
    • 4.       A notebook (optional):  If you want to take notes on the comments you receive a notebook might come in handy, but it’s not necessary.  The reason we require you bring copies for everyone is because the others will write down their comments on those copies and then give them back to you to take home and read.
    • 5.       An open mind.  You may think a critique is a bunch of people sitting around insulting the baby you took great pains to write but that’s not the CBW-LA way and it’s not my way.  Before we begin I will give specific instructions on how we will conducting ourselves but the gist of it is, the point of this critique is to help you write what you want to write better.  To offer solutions and encouragement and guidance, not ridicule.  All I ask is that you open your mind and listen to what others are saying.  You don’t have to take any of the advice offered but you’ll never know what value it is if you don’t hear it in the first place.

    Please do not just show up.  If you wish to attend, register.  If no one registers by the previous Friday night, I will cancel the event.  If for any reason you cannot attend, please email me at cbwla2012@gmail.com. ASAP, so I can free up the space for someone else to attend.  And if you have any questions, you can reach me there as well.

    Look forward to seeing you there.

    Glenn Hanna

      • 11 Nov 2017
      • 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM
      • Torrance Airport Meeting Room 3301 Airport Drive, Torrance CA 90505
      Register

      CRAFTING & WRITING YOUR YA SERIES IN 12 MONTHS

      No author today makes a living on a single book. The best way to develop your writing business is to plan from the beginning to craft a series. This way, the avid readers of your first book can rush to continue the journey when they reach ‘the end.’

      In this workshop, USA Today Best Selling YA author, Melle Amade, shows you exactly what she did to craft her best selling Shifter Chronicle series from book 1 through to the grand finale in book 4. She will present the balance of plot and momentum and how to handle those moments when characters simply do their own thing. From series overview to book brief to chapter by chapter outline to spreadsheet breakdown, she’ll give you all the tools she uses to understand her story, characters and plot from beginning to end before she writes a word.

      Plotting out the story is key to delivering a fast manuscript, but you’re also going to need a few more tricks. Melle, a mother of two Marketing Director with a two-hour daily commute, will also show you exactly how she has managed to write not only a 4-book series in twelve months, but an additional two books, two novellas, and five short stories.

      You’re going to leave this workshop with a conceptual plot for your own series and some key tools to help you make it a reality!


      Speaker's Bio:

      MELLE AMADE

      Melle Amade is the USA Today Bestselling Author of the Shifter Chronicles, a YA Dark Urban Fantasy series. Her days are spent in an office overlooking Los Angeles International Airport where she works as a Director of Marketing for a data center technology firm, which wouldn’t make you think she had an MFA in film with an emphasis on writing from Chapman University. However, she also has degrees in visual communications and global communications, which allowed her to work for some of the finest technology firms in the world. In her spare time, Melle has penned six screenplays, four stage plays, an opera libretto, numerous short stories, and five manuscripts for novels. Her heart lies with her manuscripts, which are focused on YA and New Adult audiences and range in subject from Vikings in Iceland, to Knights Templar in Italy, to Aborigine mysticism in Australia, to shapeshifters in Los Angeles.

      *$10 Discount for CBW-LA Members 

      *Non-members pay the full amount 

      *Fee includes workshop materials, handouts, worksheet and a copy of SANCTUARY, BOOK 1 of the  SHIFTER CHRONICLES SERIES.


      Speaker's Book:

      It’s survival of the fittest, but first you have to fit in.

      Shae is sure the icy rage that claws at her is driving away her friends and pulling her closer to the wrong boy. After all, it’s Aiden she has always secretly wanted, not Callum, who has barely spoken to her in the last year.

      But, as her protected life unravels, she discovers the violent supernatural world that lurks in her quiet hometown and the ancient feuds that threaten to destroy both her friends and her family.

      To save those she loves, Shae must succumb to her own fury and take on the Ravensgaard, the renegade warriors of the Order, but as the battle approaches her deepest fears are coming true, she’s becoming just like them. Shae's not sure she can afford the price she'll have to pay—her own humanity


      • 18 Nov 2017
      • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
      • Harbor Gateway Library- 24000 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90710
      • 11
      Register


      Unlock the story you want to tell with the keys to fiction: Character, Plot, Structure, Conflict, Setting, Voice, Tone, Dialogue, Pacing, and Theme.

      Writing a novel is a big task, and critiquing a novel in a short amount of time is an equally big challege. We understand that, which is why, going forward, the middle grade and young adult novel critique sessions will be

      Each critique, we will focus on a specific key or set of keys so that we can give you helpful feedback on the excerpt you bring, which you can take home and apply to other scenes in your novel. 

      This month's key: Conflict and Theme

      Bring in pages from your novel or even pre-writing explorations. All middle grade, young adult and new adult genres welcomed: Sci Fi, Fantasy, Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Non-Fiction, etc...

      Join this open critique session to:

      Get constructive feedback for your manuscripts, meet potential critique partners, and make new friends!

      *Critique will be at the East Conference Room, so there will be a limit of 10 attendees. Please look for the sign outside the door.

      What to Bring:                      

      • ·         Please bring the first chapter of your manuscript or the chapter with which you need the most help (the first 5-10 pages). **We will read as much of your work as time allows**
      • ·         Please bring a copy of your work for everyone to read (11 copies if the session is full), a notebook/pad and pen to use for your critique notes, and (optional) a voice/tape recorder if you wish to record the critique.

      Upcoming:

      September – Plot and Structure

      October – Setting and Tone

      November – Conflict and Theme

      December – Dialogue, Voice and Pacing

      If you are new to critique groups, please read the following:

      1.  Our group provides some guidelines and handouts to help you get the most out of the critique. The handouts will aid you in your own revision process by teaching you what to look for while critiquing your own work as well as the works of others.

      2.  If you are a CBW-LA member (meaning you have registered and paid for membership via www.cbw-la.org), you may download the critique handouts under the Members Only section on the cbw-la.org website.

      If you are not a CBW-LA member, please sign up via cbw-la.org under “Events” and pay the $10 fee.

      THE VALUE OF A CRITIQUE SESSION

      As writers, we are very close to our work and oftentimes we miss certain details on story development or story elements like characters, setting, etc.

      Critique sessions allow other people with “fresh eyes” to have a look at your writing sample and read them as your future readers would, providing you with valuable feedback to improve your writing skills and get your manuscript submission-ready.

      In all our Critique Sessions, we give you feedback in the most TACTful way possible.

      TACT = Finesse, thoughtfulness or having a keen sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offense; skill in dealing with difficult or delicate situations.

      TACT is also the technique we use for our critiques:

      T = Terrific

      We share what we loved in your piece, what worked in your story and what we liked about your plot, setting, character, pacing, etc.

      A = Author Questions

      In the last few minutes of your critique time, we encourage you, as the author, to ask questions either about your story or to  clarify the comments you received.

      C = Constructive Comments We deliver, in the politest way possible, comments that are specific and helpful to help you improve your story.

      T = Talent Talent can get you far, but hard work can get your farther. We always end by encouraging you, the author, to keep on writing. We remind you that we are here to help you achieve your writing goals.

       

      POLICY CHANGES

      Please note, CBWLA's Critique Sessions will be implementing the following policy changes beginning January 1, 2015:

      • ·         Cost: Critique sessions will remain free to members and $10 for nonmembers (Due to logistics, there will no longer be a pay-at-the-door option for nonmembers. Members are not affected).
      • ·         No Show Policy: A $10 charge will be added for no-shows (both members and nonmembers) unless 24-hour notice is given to the facilitator: cbwla2012@gmail.com. Since there is a limited number of spots available, please register only if you are sure you can attend the critique. If you are unable to attend for any reason, please email the facilitator immediately so that other interested members may be given the chance to participate.
      • ·         Late Arrival Policy: Please arrive on time. The critique sessions will begin promptly at noon. The amount of critique time is determined by the number of participants present at the start time. If you know that you will be arriving later than 15 minutes, please inform the facilitator prior to the start time of the critique session. Otherwise we may be unable to critique your work that day.

      Can't wait to see you there!

      Cacy


        • 02 Dec 2017
        • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
        • Harbor Gateway Library- 24000 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90710
        • 11
        Register

        Calling All Children's Book Writers: Picture Book, Early Reader, Chapter Book, Middle Grade, Young Adult, New AdultAll genre’s welcome

        Whether you’ve written a just handful of pages or you’re putting the finishing touches on your opus magnus, getting another set of eyes on your manuscript is a wise course of action.  But who can you get or trust to be that second set of eyes?  Family and friends run at the sight of you and even when they do read it, they say heartwarming, but ultimately useless things like, “That’s nice.”  That’s where I come in.

        I, Glenn Hanna will hosting the Children Book Writers of Los Angeles (CBA-LA) Saturday critique from 11am to 2pm at the LA Public Library, Harbor Gateway Branch, 24000 S Western Ave in the East Conference Room.

        If you’ve been to a Saturday critique before, then you know the drill.  If you’ve never attended one, let me explain how it goes.

        When to arrive:

        On time!  Please!  I know it’s fashionable to be ten to fifteen minutes late in LA but the time you waste is the time you take from yourself and the others in the group.  My formula is simple. I take the time we have and divide it among the people there.  More time we have, more time for all.

        What to bring:

        • 1.       If you’re writing a novel, then bring the first ten pages or the first chapter, whichever’s shorter.  If you’re writing a picture book, then bring the whole thing.  And please format your manuscript professionally:  Courier or Times New Roman 12 pt font, double spaced, single sided, 1 inch margins on white paper
        • 2.       Copies of your manuscript.  Please check back on this website to see how many are attending so that you know how many copies to bring.
        • 3.       A pen or pencil or something with which to take notes.  If you’re the oral type, by all means you may bring a tape recorder.
        • 4.       A notebook (optional):  If you want to take notes on the comments you receive a notebook might come in handy, but it’s not necessary.  The reason we require you bring copies for everyone is because the others will write down their comments on those copies and then give them back to you to take home and read.
        • 5.       An open mind.  You may think a critique is a bunch of people sitting around insulting the baby you took great pains to write but that’s not the CBW-LA way and it’s not my way.  Before we begin I will give specific instructions on how we will conducting ourselves but the gist of it is, the point of this critique is to help you write what you want to write better.  To offer solutions and encouragement and guidance, not ridicule.  All I ask is that you open your mind and listen to what others are saying.  You don’t have to take any of the advice offered but you’ll never know what value it is if you don’t hear it in the first place.

        Please do not just show up.  If you wish to attend, register.  If no one registers by the previous Friday night, I will cancel the event.  If for any reason you cannot attend, please email me at cbwla2012@gmail.com. ASAP, so I can free up the space for someone else to attend.  And if you have any questions, you can reach me there as well.

        Look forward to seeing you there.

        Glenn Hanna

          • 09 Dec 2017
          • 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM
          • Harbor Gateway Library- 24000 S Western Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90710
          • 11
          Register


          Unlock the story you want to tell with the keys to fiction: Character, Plot, Structure, Conflict, Setting, Voice, Tone, Dialogue, Pacing, and Theme.

          Writing a novel is a big task, and critiquing a novel in a short amount of time is an equally big challege. We understand that, which is why, going forward, the middle grade and young adult novel critique sessions will be

          Each critique, we will focus on a specific key or set of keys so that we can give you helpful feedback on the excerpt you bring, which you can take home and apply to other scenes in your novel. 

          This month's key: Dialogue, Voice and Pacing

          Bring in pages from your novel or even pre-writing explorations. All middle grade, young adult and new adult genres welcomed: Sci Fi, Fantasy, Realistic Fiction, Historical Fiction, Non-Fiction, etc...

          Join this open critique session to:

          Get constructive feedback for your manuscripts, meet potential critique partners, and make new friends!

          *Critique will be at the East Conference Room, so there will be a limit of 10 attendees. Please look for the sign outside the door.

          What to Bring:                      

          • ·         Please bring the first chapter of your manuscript or the chapter with which you need the most help (the first 5-10 pages). **We will read as much of your work as time allows**
          • ·         Please bring a copy of your work for everyone to read (11 copies if the session is full), a notebook/pad and pen to use for your critique notes, and (optional) a voice/tape recorder if you wish to record the critique.

          Upcoming:

          September – Plot and Structure

          October – Setting and Tone

          November – Conflict and Theme

          December – Dialogue, Voice and Pacing

          If you are new to critique groups, please read the following:

          1.  Our group provides some guidelines and handouts to help you get the most out of the critique. The handouts will aid you in your own revision process by teaching you what to look for while critiquing your own work as well as the works of others.

          2.  If you are a CBW-LA member (meaning you have registered and paid for membership via www.cbw-la.org), you may download the critique handouts under the Members Only section on the cbw-la.org website.

          If you are not a CBW-LA member, please sign up via cbw-la.org under “Events” and pay the $10 fee.

           

          THE VALUE OF A CRITIQUE SESSION

          As writers, we are very close to our work and oftentimes we miss certain details on story development or story elements like characters, setting, etc.

          Critique sessions allow other people with “fresh eyes” to have a look at your writing sample and read them as your future readers would, providing you with valuable feedback to improve your writing skills and get your manuscript submission-ready.

          In all our Critique Sessions, we give you feedback in the most TACTful way possible.

          TACT = Finesse, thoughtfulness or having a keen sense of what to say or do to avoid giving offense; skill in dealing with difficult or delicate situations.

          TACT is also the technique we use for our critiques:

          T = Terrific

          We share what we loved in your piece, what worked in your story and what we liked about your plot, setting, character, pacing, etc.

          A = Author Questions

          In the last few minutes of your critique time, we encourage you, as the author, to ask questions either about your story or to  clarify the comments you received.

          C = Constructive Comments We deliver, in the politest way possible, comments that are specific and helpful to help you improve your story.

          T = Talent Talent can get you far, but hard work can get your farther. We always end by encouraging you, the author, to keep on writing. We remind you that we are here to help you achieve your writing goals.

           

          POLICY CHANGES

          Please note, CBWLA's Critique Sessions will be implementing the following policy changes beginning January 1, 2015:

          • ·         Cost: Critique sessions will remain free to members and $10 for nonmembers (Due to logistics, there will no longer be a pay-at-the-door option for nonmembers. Members are not affected).
          • ·         No Show Policy: A $10 charge will be added for no-shows (both members and nonmembers) unless 24-hour notice is given to the facilitator: cbwla2012@gmail.com. Since there is a limited number of spots available, please register only if you are sure you can attend the critique. If you are unable to attend for any reason, please email the facilitator immediately so that other interested members may be given the chance to participate.
          • ·         Late Arrival Policy: Please arrive on time. The critique sessions will begin promptly at noon. The amount of critique time is determined by the number of participants present at the start time. If you know that you will be arriving later than 15 minutes, please inform the facilitator prior to the start time of the critique session. Otherwise we may be unable to critique your work that day.

          Can't wait to see you there!

          Cacy


          Past events

          14 Oct 2017 Unlock Your Novel: Middle Grade and YA Critique (11am- 2pm)
          07 Oct 2017 FIFTH ANNUAL CBW-LA Writing Day Marathon—Story Sprouts: Fables, Fairy Tales and Folk Tales (Workshop + Anthology)
          30 Sep 2017 Saturday Critique Session: All Genres Welcome
          23 Sep 2017 Kickstarter Crowdfunding Success Strategies
          09 Sep 2017 Unlock Your Novel: Middle Grade and YA Critique (11am- 2pm)
          26 Aug 2017 Creative Meditation: Generating Story Ideas Using Mindful Practices and Other Creative Processes
          12 Aug 2017 Saturday Critique Session: All Genres Welcome
          22 Jul 2017 Revision Strategies for Novel Writers: From Line Edits to Queries
          10 Jun 2017 How to Write a Query Letter and Find a Literary Agent with Seth Fishman of the Gernert Company Literary Agency
          03 Jun 2017 Saturday Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          08 Apr 2017 Structure, Structure, Structure! Creating Detailed Outlines & Engaging Pitches
          04 Mar 2017 BEYOND THE HERO'S JOURNEY: Other Powerful Mythic Themes and Trends for Children's and Young Adult Storytelling
          18 Feb 2017 Creative Writing Exercise Extravaganza 2
          14 Jan 2017 Kickstarting Your Writing Career Workshop 2017
          10 Dec 2016 Creative Writing Exercise Extravaganza
          12 Nov 2016 QUERYPALOOZA 2: HOW TO WRITE AN EYE-CATCHING QUERY AND HOOK AN AGENT WITH EVE PORINCHAK OF THE JILL CORCORAN LITERARY AGENCY
          22 Oct 2016 Saturday Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          15 Oct 2016 Critique Session: Picture Books, Early Readers, Chapter Books!
          08 Oct 2016 Publishing Your Book on Kindle:The Complete Process
          17 Sep 2016 Critique Session: Picture Books, Early Readers, Chapter Books!
          27 Aug 2016 Saturday Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          13 Aug 2016 Critique Session: Picture Books, Early Readers, Chapter Books!
          06 Aug 2016 How Fiction Writers Can Use Poetry Techniques to Amp Up Their Prose
          23 Jul 2016 Twenty Reasons You're Not Getting Published with Literary Agent Steve Hutson
          25 Jun 2016 Author Marketing Secrets: How to Authentically Connect with your Readers through Social Media & Beyond
          14 May 2016 CBW-LA Writing Day Marathon—Story Sprouts: Conflict (Workshop + Anthology)
          23 Apr 2016 Beyond the Book Deal: Charting the Path Ahead
          16 Apr 2016 Date Change: Saturday Critique Session: Open to All! (1-4pm)
          26 Mar 2016 Novel Writing Bootcamp
          19 Mar 2016 Saturday Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          27 Feb 2016 The Secrets of “Show Don’t Tell”
          27 Feb 2016 CBW–LA Write-In Session
          20 Feb 2016 Saturday Critique Session: Open to All! (1-4pm)
          23 Jan 2016 Kickstarting Your Writing Career Workshop 2016
          19 Dec 2015 Saturday Critique Session: Open to All! (1-4pm)
          05 Dec 2015 CBW-LA Co-op at the Author Alley
          14 Nov 2015 Collaborative Novel Launch Party & 5th Year Anniversary Celebration
          08 Nov 2015 SUNDAY Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          07 Nov 2015 Take a Scene from Ho-hum to Holy Crap!: Writing that Gets an Editor's Attention
          24 Oct 2015 From Kickstarter to Good Morning America: One Writer Shares Her Secrets to Success
          17 Oct 2015 Saturday Critique Session: Open to All!
          26 Sep 2015 QUERYPALOOZA: HOW TO WRITE AN EYE-CATCHING QUERY AND HOOK AN AGENT WITH EVE PORINCHAK OF THE JILL CORCORAN LITERARY AGENCY
          05 Sep 2015 Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          29 Aug 2015 Critique Session: Open to All!
          22 Aug 2015 Understanding and Unlocking Amazon and Online Marketing
          25 Jul 2015 Picture Book Workshop: The Power of Critique Groups & Writing Tips I’ve Learned Along the Way
          25 Jul 2015 CBW–LA Summer Write-In Session
          20 Jun 2015 How to WOW Agents and Editors at Your Next Writing Conference
          13 Jun 2015 Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          23 May 2015 Using a Story Map to Find the Holes in Your Story
          21 May 2015 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          09 May 2015 Critique Session: Open to All!
          25 Apr 2015 Story Sprouts: Setting, FULL–DAY Writing Workshop and Anthology
          16 Apr 2015 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          11 Apr 2015 Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          19 Mar 2015 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          14 Mar 2015 Presenting Your Fantasy or Mythic Story
          07 Mar 2015 Critique Session: Picture Books, Early Readers, Chapter Books!
          28 Feb 2015 Critique Session: Middle Grade & Young Adult
          24 Jan 2015 Critique Session: Open to All!
          15 Jan 2015 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          10 Jan 2015 Kickstarting Your Writing Career Workshop 2015
          06 Dec 2014 Novel Critique Session
          20 Nov 2014 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          08 Nov 2014 Write the Truth: Creative Nonfiction and Real World Inspiration
          16 Oct 2014 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          11 Oct 2014 Story Sprouts 2014 Launch Party
          04 Oct 2014 Baiting the Hook: Nabbing the Reader With Your First Page
          27 Sep 2014 Write Stories That Change the World & Pitch Them to TV & Movie Producers
          18 Sep 2014 CBW–LA Third Thursday Weekday Write-In
          13 Sep 2014 Picture Book/Chapter Book/ Early Reader Critique Session
          23 Aug 2014 Do You Give...Good Voice? How to Find (and Nurture) Your Writing Personality
          09 Aug 2014 Novel Critique Session
          12 Jul 2014 Establishing Your Independence: Marketing Secrets from a Best-Selling Independent Author
          28 Jun 2014 Do You Give...Good Voice? How to Find (and Nurture) Your Writing Personality
          14 Jun 2014 PICTURE BOOK/CHAPTER BOOK/EARLY READER CRITIQUE SESSION
          31 May 2014 Writing Day Anthology Workshop: Get Published with CBW-LA
          19 Apr 2014 MIDDLE GRADE/YOUNG ADULT CRITIQUE SESSION
          29 Mar 2014 Novel Writing Bootcamp
          22 Feb 2014 Honing Your Middle Grade Writing Voice: A Workshop with Author Kristen Kittscher
          08 Feb 2014 PICTURE BOOK/CHAPTER BOOK/EARLY READER CRITIQUE SESSION
          11 Jan 2014 Kickstarting Your Writing Career Workshop 2014
          09 Nov 2013 MIDDLE GRADE/YOUNG ADULT CRITIQUE SESSION
          02 Nov 2013 Anthology Launch Party & Year End Celebration
          05 Oct 2013 NONFICTION/ MEMOIR CRITIQUE SESSION
          26 Sep 2013 Picture Book Workshop: The Power of Critique Groups & Writing Tips I’ve Learned Along the Way
          07 Sep 2013 PICTURE BOOK/CHAPTER BOOK/EARLY READER CRITIQUE SESSION
          17 Aug 2013 Potent World-Making: What's Myth Got to Do With It?
          27 Jul 2013 Query Critique Session
          20 Jul 2013 Writing Between the Lines: The Power of Multiple Revisions A Workshop with YA Author Carmen Rodrigues
          22 Jun 2013 Writing Day Anthology Workshop: Get Published with CBW-LA
          25 May 2013 Queries, Loglines and Blurbs: Oh My! Workshop with Author Samantha Combs
          13 Apr 2013 CRITIQUE SESSION
          30 Mar 2013 The Author's Platform: Blogging with the Bird
          12 Jan 2013 Kickstarting Your Writing Career Workshop & Lunch Social 2013

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