It’s April 15, 2044. You have a few minutes from your hectic holiday schedule to enjoy a cup of your favorite brew that Robert the Robot brings you. You start thinking of that book you never wrote, that workshop with fellow women writers you wanted to attend in Long Beach, California 25 years ago but didn’t.
Then your favorite niece comes over and invites you to go with her for a ride in her new Time Machine. “Where do you want to go and what day, Auntie?” your adoring niece asks you.
“Long Beach, California, July 12, 2019,” you say with great precision and without hesitation.
And that day you walk into Wings/Alas, the 10th Annual Women’s Writers Workshop.
You look around to your fellow writers all willing to support you and you them.
“I’m ready to write my book. This time, I won’t let anything stop me.”
July 12-14, 2019
Dear fellow writers, this is the summer you keep the promise to yourself, the summer of your chance to write your book
- that book of poetry
- that children’s book
- that how-to book filled with promise
- that novel Steven King’s followers will love
- that unique cook book with granny’s delicious recipes and family stories
Wings/Alas, the 10th Annual Women Writers Workshop will help you fly toward that goal in the company of fellow supportive writers. Facilitated by Amazon Best-Selling Author, Dr. Mayra Fernandez, author of 18 published books in several genres.
All women writers are welcomed.
For more information email [email protected]
For registration click below to download:
“There is no greater agony than bearing an untold story inside you.” -Maya Angelou
Date: July 12-14, 2019
Times: July 12th 7-9 pm July 13 & 14 10am-5 pm
Place: Royal Cup Café’s Banquet Room
994 Redondo Ave. (Corner of Redondo Ave. and 10thSt.)
Long Beach, CA 562-987-1027
Includes the whole seminar plus breakfast at 9 a.m., lunch and some snacks for both days.
A $100 non-refundable deposit by June 25th will save your spot/seat with the rest due by July 4th 2019
What to expect: Dr. Fernández will use her successful Mayra Method of Writing.
Following the directions of the facilitator, you will have written a working draft of your poem or story.
To register contact [email protected] or call 562-449-7707
Click below for registration form (download):