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Hybrid Hillsboro: Writing a Novel or Memoir with Abigail Raeke

Hillsboro Brookwood Library 2850 NE Brookwood Pkwy, Hillsboro, OR, United States

Willamette Writers Hillsboro Presents Five Essential Phases of Writing a Novel or Memoir with Abigail Raeke On February 14, 2023, at 6:30 PM, please join book coach Abigail Raeke for a discussion on five essential phases of writing a novel or memoir. Writing a book can be an overwhelming endeavor, but breaking down the process…

Coast: First Drafts with Sonja Thomas

Newport Public Library 35 NW Nye St, Newport, OR, United States

Willamette Writers Coast Chapter How to Move Through Writer’s Block and Finish that First Draft Dump! with Sonja Thomas Does the blank page terrify you? Does starting a writing project give you nightmares? Do you get lost from point A to point B in your manuscript? Writer’s Block—what is it really and what causes it? No…

Hybrid Vancouver: Mystery Plot Development with PJ Peterson

Cascade Park Library 600 NE 136th Ave, Vancouver, WA, United States

Willamette Writers Vancouver Mystery Plot Development with PJ Peterson Do you ever wonder how mystery authors skillfully toss in red herrings, false leads, and intertwining plotlines, leading readers on a twisty ride as they try to solve the whodunit? Join mystery author PJ Peterson and Vancouver Willamette Writers Tuesday, February 21, at 6 PM at…

Online Corvallis: Reviewing Books with Karen Eisenbrey

Willamette Writers on the River present Why Review Other Authors’ Books? This meeting is online only. Author Karen Eisenbrey aims to review every book she reads, though she is not a professional reviewer. She will share what goes into a review and the benefits of this practice, not only for the authors reviewed but for…

Hybrid Eugene and Southern Oregon: Diverse Characters with Diana Nadeau

Eugene Public Library 100 W 10th Ave, Eugene, OR

Creating Diverse Characters with Integrity with Diana Nadeau Character development is key to great writing. And honoring diversity is key to life. So, how do we put the two together and enter into creating characters that represent diverse communities with integrity and without causing harm to those very same community members? We do it with…