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RWA Online Workshop: The Book Factory: Producing Multiple Novels in One Year
Presented by Kerri Nelson

Class begins Dec 1 and ends Dec 26.

Registration is open NOW.

Cost: $15

Location: RWA Online Chapter ( http://www.rwaonlinechapter.org/)

Classes take place on our message boards.

Go here to register for this class: http://www.rwaonlinechapter.org/campus.htm

Note: if you want to register late for the class, be sure to contact the workshop coordinator, Patti Fischer, at fisc40pa@aol.com or if you have questions.

Course Description:

• Is life getting in the way of you completing that novel?

• Ever think there’s not enough hours in the day to find time to write?

• Have a full time job distracting you from your real passion of being a novelist?

• Are family responsibilities weighing you down and interfering with your writing goals?

I’m here to tell you that YOU CAN DO IT ALL and DO IT SUCCESSFULLY!

In 2009, I successfully managed one husband, two jobs, three children, a difficult pregnancy, AND still managed to write twelve books, sell ten of those books (including all the editing and promotion), and coped with other various life challenges thrown in just for fun!

How did I do all of that and still find time to eat and sleep?

I developed a method of writing known as “The Book Factory Method”. It does require commitment and desire to “get it done”. If you’re willing to put in the effort, you can produce multiple books in one year.

What’s the benefit of completing multiple books in one year?

The more books you have ready to submit, the more chance you’ll receive contract offers on one or more of those books.

Why shouldn’t you just focus on one book and continue polishing that book all year long?

The cold, hard truth is that you might not ever sell that one specific book. You should always have more than one project “in the works”.

Are you one of those writers who starts multiple projects but never finishes any of them?

Then this class is for you as well. We’ll talk about how to finally see those projects through to completion.

Have trouble with time management or procrastination?

We’ll address methods for getting organized and staying focused. Plus much, much more!

If you want to learn how to get started, stay on track, and get those books ready to submit…this workshop puts a method to the madness of novel writing.

Instructor Bio:

Kerri Nelson has always been passionate about reading books but when she wrote her first poem in the second grade, she discovered her love of writing. At the age of sixteen, she became a columnist for her local newspaper as the high school correspondent for the weekly “Panther Tales” column. She won the Outstanding Young Journalist of the Year Award for her efforts.

After an education and career in the legal field, Kerri began to pen romantic suspense novels with a legal or law enforcement theme. She is a true southern belle and comes complete with her dashing southern gentleman husband and three adorable children. When she’s not reading or writing, you’ll find her baking homemade goodies for her family or volunteering for her many writing chapters.

Kerri is an active member of Romance Writers of America and Sisters in Crime as well as numerous Chapters including her Presidency of Futuristic Fantasy & Paranormal and Co-Membership Chair of Kiss of Death (Chapter for Romantic Suspense Authors).

Kerri is a multi-published author of romance in almost every genre under the sun (and moon) from romantic suspense and paranormal to young adult and inspirational novels. In 2009, Kerri wrote and sold twelve books to multiple publishers using her Book Factory method. Since that time, she’s gone on to publish a total of twenty two novels and novellas with half a dozen more in the works!

Read more about Kerri’s books at her website: www.kerrinelson.com

For more info:

Note: Email us at workshops@rwaonlinechapter.org (or fisc40pa@aol.com) for questions. Workshops are archived for approximately two weeks after the course ends.

Fee: $15

RWA Online Chapter Members ONLY receive free workshops. No registration required for chapter members.

Payment method: PAYPAL is recommended! Checks and money orders also accepted, but register early and mail your payment promptly. No person will be allowed in unless payment is received.

If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

Patti Fischer

Workshop Coordinator

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