Women Words and Wine Winter Writing Retreat - 2 Spaces Available for Jan. 11
Join Us January 10th-12thDon't miss this weekend writing event for women only! Study writing craft, marketing, publishing options, and how to incorporate the writing life into real life. Receive a manuscript critique, share your work with other attendees, and sit down with a marketing strategist for a one-on-one session to build your author platform. Not to mention you'll have fabulous food, wine, and lots of fun!
Option 1: Full weekend, two nights, private room and shared bathroom. $215
Option 2: Full weekend, two nights, shared room (with a friend or an assigned roommate) and shared bathroom. $165
Option 3: Saturday only, 8 am- 6 pm $80
Space is very limited, especially for Option #1.
Meals, beer, and wine are included with registration.
Schedule of Events:
7-8 Session 1: Intensify Your Writing
10-11 Session 2: Taking Words to the World with Modern Media
11-12 Session 3: Planning Your Route and Means of Publication
3-5 Individual Appointments
5-6 Readings by day-only attendees
6 p.m. event ends for day-only attendess
8 Dessert and Readings
10-11 Session 4: Bring More of the Writing Life Into Your Life
11 Retreat Ends
*All attendees will submit a 10 page, double-spaced manuscript for critique (deadline December 31st), as well as a list of your social media sites, websites, and blog(s). Attendees are also welcome to bring a 5 minute piece to read aloud at the retreat.
A.K. Turner is a coauthor (along with Elaine Ambrose) ofDrinking with Dead Women Writers and Drinking with Dead Drunks. Her "Tales of Imperfection" series includes This Little Piggy Went to the Liquor Store and Mommy had a Little Flask. She currently at work on a third book in the series, Hair of the Corn Dog. Publisher's Weekly describes Turner as "sincere, laugh-out-loud," and "refreshingly honest." She served as a writer-in-residence for the city of Boise, created "The Writers' Block" on Radio Boise, has published both fiction and nonfiction in a variety of publications and anthologies, and taught the Tenacious Writer Studio Series.
Elaine Ambrose is a writer, publisher, and blogger who organizes writing retreats and donates proceeds from book sales to various charities. She is an author of nine books including the national bestseller Menopause Sucks. Elaine's blog "Midlife Cabernet" is published on several websites including BlogHer and Project Eve. Her company, Mill Park Publishing, publishes books written by women and the company recently won the Independent Publisher Book Award (IPPY) and a humor award from Foreword Magazine. Elaine's author website is www.ElaineAmbrose.com and her publisher website is www.MillParkPublishing.com.
Christy writes for The Urban Liaison magazine and is the Idaho coordinator for National Novel Writing Month. Her first book, Finding Joy in the Midst of Autism is set to release January 2014. She owns several businesses and has been nominated for the Idaho Business Review's Women of the Year 2014 Award. One of her companies, My Social Media Ghost, teaches businesses and individuals strategies to build their platform via social media. She has four children, including one with special needs. She is passionate about teaching women how to find their voice and how to overcome limiting beliefs.
Mill Park Publishing
Proceeds will benefit the Mirabel Davidson Foundation