Showing posts with label writer's block webinar. Show all posts
Showing posts with label writer's block webinar. Show all posts

Saturday, April 21, 2012

May Workshop from Writers on the Move - Breaking through Writer's Block

Writers on the Move has another helpful workshop geared for writers.  Here's the basic information you'll need:

Title: Breaking Through Writer’s Block
Date: May 11, 2012 (Friday)
Time: 7 – 7:45 PM EST (U.S.)
Presenter: Mary Guglielmo
Offered by: Writers on the Move
Format: Live Webinar
Handout: Yes 
Cost: Free 

Workshop Description: 

Most writers experience a time when they are stuck and can’t get their creative juices flowing.  This creative block can be a paralyzing and frightening landscape.  If a writer is unable to break through this block, it can derail their career.   If you have ever smacked into a creative wall and felt stuck in the writing process, this workshop is for you. 

This session will help you identify the root causes of your creative blocks.  We will focus on the creative process and fool proof block-buster techniques designed to help release your creative muse.  Strategies for increasing productivity and organizing your creative life to avoid blocks will be explored.   

Join Mary Jo Guglielmo as she discusses breaking through writer’s blocks.  She is an intuitive life coach that has helped writers move their writing careers forward.  See Mary Jo’s post on Tips for Smashing through Writers Block on the Writers on the Move website.

To register for “Breaking through Writer’s Block” email Karen at: karenrcfv AT *yahoo* DOT com. Please put "Writer's Block Webinar" in the subject box.

Details to attend the LIVE WEBINAR will be provided upon registration.

There will also be a bonus PDF workshop handout included that registered attendees will receive after the webinar.

For the full details  CLICK HERE.


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