This Month’s Workshop:
If you’ve ever had new ideas for the plots, worlds, or characters of your favorite entertainments, tell the “real” story behind your favorite song, or work of visual art, then you’ve got a powerful tool for creating your own new, original adventures, in a world all your own, with characters who could belong to nobody else. It’s fun to play in somebody else’s sandbox, sure, but if you play in your own sandbox, nobody can make you leave, because you’re already home, and you get to keep all the toys. In this workshop, we’ll find out what we love, why we love it, and how we can make it work for us.
*Please note: due to meeting space availability, this is the third Saturday of the month, not the second
Coming up next month:
March 14th: Jeanette Grey – Size Does Matter: Crafting Fantastic Fiction At Any Length
For a list of previous speakers, feel free to browse our past meetings
East Greenbush Libary,
10 Community Way,
East Greenbush, NY 12061
1:00 to 1:30 PM – Business Meeting
This time is to discuss the business of the chapter, hear reports from various board and committee members and to share Member news.
1:30 to 2:00 PM – Community Building
Time reserved for networking, member meet and greet, and Better Writing Through Empathy programming
2:00 to 3:30 PM – Program
This hour and a half is set aside to learn more about the craft and business of romantic fiction writing. The workshop is typically presented by a special guest speaker, an experienced member, or a panel