Meet your word count by writing in community this November

Posted in Community, Literary, Member News

Nov. 14, 2014

Whether you’re participating in National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) and writing a 50,000- word novel in 30 days, or just need some companionship and accountability to help you meet your writing goals, there are two places where you can write in community in November.

Mornings, you can write with Chris Peterson and Amy Eames, owners of Through the Reading Glass, the new bookstore in the purple building in Langley Village on Second Street in Langley.

Evenings you can write with Wayne Ude, chief academic officer of the Northwest Institute of Literary Arts’ MFA program in creative writing, at the Old Bayview School.

These sessions are free and open to all writers.

The schedule follows:

Mornings: Monday, Tuesday, Thursday and Friday from 7 to 9 a.m. at Through the Reading Glass.

Evenings: Monday through Friday from 7 to 9 p.m. at the Old Bayview School.

There will be no sessions on Thanksgiving or Black Friday.

Find out about NILA here.

Find out more about NaNoWriMo in this WLM Feature: “So, You Think You Can Write a Novel? Whidbey Island Participates in NaNoWriMo.”

 

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