Category Archives: Education

Conference Report — Writer’s Digest Novel Writing

The Writer’s Digest Novel Writing Conference returned to the West Coast last weekend with a great selection of speakers and four tracks of conference sessions for fiction writers at all stages of the novel writing spectrum. Sponsored by Writer’s Digest, … Continue reading

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One Scene at a Time

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“How do you find the time to write a book?” As a working stiff who also publishes novels, this is a natural and frequently-asked question. The immediate answer is usually the very true necessity that “I make time.” Countless weekends … Continue reading

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For Parents of Young Southpaws

This flyer from anythinglefthanded.co.uk is a very helpful guide for parents that want to help their young left-handed children. The flyer provides a few wonderful tips and sound explanations for the tips. Related articles Left Hand Brewing in Longmont launches … Continue reading

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Workshop: Geeks and Gamers’ Guide to Worldbuilding

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Date July 6–19th, 2015 Instructor Eilis Flynn Cost RWA San Diego Chapter members: $15 Non-members: $20 Register at http://rwasd.com/training/index.html No matter what you’re writing, you have to make your readers believe in the world you’re writing about. Comic books and … Continue reading

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TROBO: the Huggable, Science-Teaching, Crowdfunded Robot

Meet TROBO–a huggable talking plush robot and interactive storytelling app to get kids excited about STEM topics (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) in the world around them. The company building TROBO was started by two theme-park and video-game engineers, both … Continue reading

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