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RWA® Online Chapter presents:

CAN THIS MANUSCRIPT BE SAVED?

Instructor: Susan Meier

Dates: December 1 -15, 2009

Registration Opens: November 17, 2009

Registration Deadline: November 30, 2009

Fee: $15 Non-Chapter members. RWAOL Chapter #136 members; free.

Payment method: PAYPAL is recommended!

It’s safe and fast! Check and money orders also accepted.

Registration: www.rwaonlinechapter.org/campus.htm

NOTE: -Use your real First and Last Name & Choose Pay Option.

ONLY Chapter #136 members choose the Chapter Member option button.

For more information: (workshops@rwaonlinechapter.org)workshops AT rwaonlinechapter DOT org

CLASS DESCRIPTION: Can This Manuscript Be Saved? Rejected? Can’t get an agent? Can’t sell, even though your critique partners LOVE your work? Susan Meier reviews the seven most common rejection catch phrases and explains why you and even your critique partners can't spot them, then shows how determining whether your book's trouble is a story, scene or word problem is the first step on the road to recovery.

Following the assignments at the end of each lesson, attendees will learn how to "skim-read" their manuscripts quickly, marking specific problems with post-its. Susan also demonstrates how to use a storyboard, a list of twenty and a one-paragraph blurb to create a plan of attack for fixing your book's trouble.

Susan can't revise or rewrite your manuscript for you, but with her tricks you'll not only see how to revise the book of your heart; you'll also see how published authors are able to write four, five and even six books a year without breaking a sweat!

BIO: Susan Meier is the author of over 40 books for Harlequin and Silhouette and one of Guideposts' Grace Chapel Inn series books, The Kindness of Strangers. Her books have been finalists for Reviewers Choice Awards, National Reader's Choice Awards, More than Magic contest, Cataromance.com Reviewer's Choice Awards.

Her latest book, THE MATIC OF A FAMILY CHRISTMAS was a November, 2009 release for the Harlequin Romance Line. MAID FOR THE MILLIONAIRE, MAID FOR THE SINGLE DAD and COUNTRY TWIN CHRISTMAS are her 2010 releases.

Susan loves to teach as much as she loves to write and is a popular speaker at RWA conferences. Can This Manuscript Be Saved? and Plot Points, Taking the Train to Somewhere! are her most requested workshops. Her article, “How To Write a Category Romance” appeared in 2003 Writer’s Digest Novel and Short Story Markets. Susan has also given workshops on earthlycharms.com and her articles regularly appear in RWA chapter newsletters.

Visit her online at http://www.susanmeier.com/.

FORMAT: Course is conducted via online discussion (bulletin) board on the RWA® Online website. Non-chapter members MUST complete both the workshop registration AND the discussion board login registration for access. Instructions for login are presented after the registration pages (or to return to the login instructions, go to www.rwaonlinechapter.org/WorkshopAppTY.html. The workshop is available for up to one week after the end date and a downloadable archive of the workshop will be available the week following the workshop.

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