Have you ever wanted to write a book, but felt held back by an overwhelming process or personal circumstances? Find out how to streamline the process and overcome what is holding you back.
This is a call to writers to spend the weekend with Deborah LeBlanc, an award-winning, best-selling author and business owner from Lafayette, LA.
The workshop will give participants a Writer’s Action Plan for Success. This plan for success will cover a range of topics, including characterization, plotting, dialogue, submitting one’s work (whether traditional publishing or self-publishing), and how to establish a schedule that will allow you to write 3-5 books a year.
Deborah will cover what she calls “the Tinkerbelle Theory,” and the”Hook’em, Danno,” lead, giving participants a game plan for getting their book finished, including a hands-on learning experience for rewriting the first sentence of their work in progress. She will work with participants on wording (in 25 words or less) a concise summary of the book’s topic.
About the Presenter:
Deborah LeBlanc is an award-winning, best-selling author and business owner from Lafayette, Louisiana. Having been raised in a broken, abusive household, Deborah has overcome monumental odds to obtain the success she knows today.
She served four years as president of the Horror Writers Association, eight years as president of the Writers’ Guild of Acadiana, and two years as president of Mystery Writers of America’s Southwest Chapter. In 2007, Deborah founded Literacy Inc. a non-profit organization dedicated to fighting illiteracy in America’s teens.
For more information, visit www.deborahleblanc.com and www.literacyinc.com