I have a theory. I think that if you’ve always wanted to write a book, you must. Because you just might be on to something.
Writing a book isn’t a magical process, nor does a novel pour out of a writer like so many tears at a funeral. It’s just time spent, hours on your tush, laying down the words, one by one. Add some technique, a dash of objectivity, a bunch of willingness, some strict deadlines and you’re on your way.
Creativity is problem solving. It’s up to the artist to locate and illuminate the most compelling problems. And I’ll help you do just that. You will write pages every week, turn them in, and we’ll critique the work as a group, thereby learning to edit as we go.
And sometimes there will be snacks.