We all have stories, even those of us who do not necessarily think of themselves as storytellers or think of their own lives as particularly notable. No life is free from conflict, and conflict--sometimes small, sometimes larger--is the essence of a narrative. During this workshop, William Bradley--author of Fractals--will discuss how we turn our own unique situations into stories, sharing exercises and tips for crafting autobiographical fiction and narrative nonfiction.
Come watch and discuss two TED Talks on leadership. In "How Great Leaders Inspire Action," Columbia University professor Simon Sinek presents his "Golden Circle" model for inspirational leadership, and uses some of America's greatest leaders as examples. The second presentation, "The Surprising Habits of Original Thinkers," comes from author/professor Adam Grant. He examines how creative people generate great ideas and describes three unexpected habits, like welcoming failure. Short discussions will follow each video.
Hancock County Genealogical Society Meeting
You have written a bunch of words. Now what? Edit that manuscript and publish it. Learn how to format your manuscript, omit unnecessary words, fix common POB errors, check for consistency, standardize verb tense, and more. Whether you are self-publishing or submitting to an agent, this workshop can help you polish your manuscript.