I just received this from Jennifer Brown Banks:
Would you like to learn more to earn more in 2012? Are you struggling with time management, writers’ block, stress, or how to make your creative characters come to life? You’ll find the answers to these dilemmas and more, by signing up for spring classes offered at the Coffeehouse for Writers! Take a 2-day workshop, or sign-up for a four week class. The “House” serves an array of popular selections. Registration for the spring session ends March 26th. Registration and payments can be made online at www.coffeehouseforwriters.com Sign up today for a brighter writing future!
My friend Michelle Vandepas is leading this program. If you want to sell more books, sign up for this marketing challenge TODAY! Click here to read more about it:
I took a workshop from Colleen and Shaun this weekend at AuthorFest. They are REAL private investigators and Colleen has written COUNTLESS novels!
October 19-26, 2009: Crime Scenes, Homicides, & DNA ($15.00)
An introduction to crime scenes and homicide investigations (topics include key tasks covered by law enforcement, a general introduction to estimating time of death and types of wounds, and how a PI might be called upon to aid in a homicide investigation). Class concludes with a discussion of DNA, its testing, how it might be deposited by a suspect, and how it’s used in court proceedings. One week, 2 classes, questions answered by email in-between.
>>Registration deadline: October 17, 2009
November 16-23, 2009: Surfing the Web & Digging for Dirt ($15.00)
Ways a sleuth uncovers data, from Internet/database searches to getting down and dirty in someone’s trash. One week, 2 classes, questions answered by email in-between.
>>Registration deadline: November 14, 2009
December 14-21, 2009: Trials 101 ($15.00)
Writing a story with a courtroom scene and need to add some realistic touches? Or perhaps you’re fleshing out a trial attorney, or maybe just want a handle on a few terms for when your protagonist makes a court appearance? This class is an introduction to trials (U.S. legal system), outlining the key players in the courtroom, the history of trials, a few reasons why trials happen (as well as some wrong reasons trials happen, which could provide great story conflict), and ends with several examples of outstanding trials in books and movies. One week, 2 classes, questions answered by email in-between.
>>Registration deadline: December 12, 2009