The Craft of Writing Novels for Young Readers
Explore the craft of writing novel-length books for children!
Wissahickon Valley Public Library invites you to join us for a 6-Part Writer's Workship with Eric Bell, a local author of two juvenile fiction novels.
DATES: 6 Thursday evenings: March 5, 12, 19 and 26; April 2 and April 9
TIME: 7 to 8:30 PM (approximately 90 minutes)
WHAT YOU WILL DO:
Develop your writing through craft-expanding prompts
Learn to create memorable characters & compelling plots
Cultivate skills to analyze your writing & critically read books
Find your own voice & take pride in your work
(Laugh at Eric's unfunny jokes) and more!
Don't miss this opportunity to gain valuable insight and inspiration, but most of all, start writing!
WHO CAN ATTEND: This workshop is for aspiring authors, ages 18 to 118 only! (Adults only. This is not a workshop for children or teens).
Class size limited to 10. If full, a waitlist will be available on Eventbrite. If space becomes available you will be notified.
COST: $30 for the 6 Classes (Participants must attend all 6 classes. No individual classes. No refunds for missed classes).
Registration on Eventbrite holds a spot for you in the class. We'll keep your name on our list of participants and you'll agree to attend and bring your payment at check-in on the first day of class!
*** PAYMENT IS DUE at the first class on Thursday, March 5. Cash or check only accepted. Payable to Wissahickon Valley Public Library.
ABOUT OUR PRESENTER: Eric Bell is an author of middle grade fiction, roughly intended for ages 9-12. He lives and writes in Ambler, Pennsylvania. His debut novel,