In this intensive two day-event you’ll learn the steps to beginning and cultivating a consistent creative writing practice. We’ll present tools, ideas, and exercises that will help you find what works for you to begin–and most importantly, remain–on your writing path.
As writing and creative coaches, both Charlotte and Terry have helped creatives in diverse areas to work and find their own rituals and routines that fuel their passions and drive them to their art. In this weekend workshop we’ll talk about:
Writing rituals – What are things you can do that prepare and help you ease into your writing?
Cultivating your writing practice and how to consistently keep it going – How you can establish and maintain your writing practice so that is a part of your life, just like your other routines.
Accountability – What do you need and how much? Are you an extrovert or introvert? Can you do it yourself or do you need support? Can you do peer to peer or do you need a coach? Do you need goals?
Our goal is to help you find what works for you. Come and let Charlotte and Terry help you find your path.
We’ll meet on Friday evening and talk about obstacles that are keeping you from what you are called to do and then send you home to sleep, dream, and allow your subconscious to play with possibilities for overcoming. On Saturday, you’ll return refreshed and excited to play with ideas and suggestions designed to tease out ways to make your art not only possible but a part of your daily life. Finally, on Saturday afternoon, we’ll help you develop a plan to get you to your art and keep you there.
If you’ve attended our workshops in the past, these will be new presentations. All of the Spark to Story workshops compliment each other however, each is self-standing and can be taken independently.
Now through September 15th you can attend this workshop for the early registration price of only $99! After September 15th, the registration will increase to the full registration of $139.
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