7 online writing workshops that will help you write your novel for the new year
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So you want to “write more” in the new year. But now that the new year is just around the corner, you’re starting to sink into a literary panic. How will you find the time to write? What are you going to write about? How do you take that beautiful, brilliant vision of a novel that’s in your head and put it on the page? If you’re looking for a little more structure and guidance in your life as a writer, but don’t have the time or funds for an MFA, you might want to try joining a writer’s workshop from the comfort of from your own bed. Here are some online writing workshops to help you write more and write better in the new year.
Writing, after all, is a craft. It takes practice. It takes rewrites and long sessions staring at your blinking cursor, and many hours alone in front of your computer and/or your vintage typewriter. Having a group or class that pushes you to meet deadlines is invaluable. And there are many different workshop options. So whether you’re a beginner looking to try out the basics or a seasoned writer looking for a new community of writers, here are the workshops and classes to check out in 2018:
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