A writing workshop titled “Writing the Wrongs: How Experiences Create Our Stories” is available on October 27 and will be repeated on November 3 in Eagle, Idaho. Bestselling author Elaine Ambrose will facilitate the morning sessions, and a panel of Idaho authors will end the workshop with a discussion and Q&A session. Participants will be encouraged to volunteer to read their works aloud to the group. The cost for the workshop is $80 and includes continental breakfast, lunch, all materials, and books. A Zoom option is available for $40.
The focus of the event is to encourage writers to recall memories of personal angst, fear, or sadness. These raw emotions can create dynamic stories to heal the wounds of past trauma and drama. The Workshop includes continental breakfast, lunch, and materials.
The event is in a private home, so the address will be emailed after receipt of a paid ticket.
9:00 AM – Continental Breakfast
Welcome and Introductions with Elaine Ambrose
“Music as Muse” Exercise and Personal Writing Prompts will inspire participants to recall latent memories to spark emotions to enhance an original story.
Participants Volunteer to Read
“How to Discover and Improve Your Authentic Voice” – Interactive Exercises
Break for Lunch and Personal Writing
“How to Find Positive Affirmation as a Writer” – Panel of Local Authors
Open Discussion and Readings
Eventbrite link with more details and registration options: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/writing-the-wrongs-how-experiences-create-our-stories-tickets-723702753417?aff=oddtdtcreator