THE SECOND ANNUAL WORKSHOP IS IN THE WORKS!
DATE: Saturday, September 24, 2016
WHERE: Gambrill State Park Tea Room, Frederick, MD
Registration is open and spaces are already filling up. Hurry and contact Rita to reserve your space at
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Bestselling authors Rita Gerlach and Roseanna White will be teaching valuable information on what it means to inspire your readers, how to make your writing capture their attention, how to flesh out characters, and how to make every sentence count. The theme will be novel writing. Author Vickie Fisher will be sharing ‘From an Oyster to a Pearl’ a workshop aimed at giving the self-sabotaging writer tools to realize their dream of going from a writer to an author.
Writing outstanding fiction that inspires readers should be the believing writer’s goal. The days we live in are increasingly difficult, and many people are discouraged. A believing writer can bring encouragement and comfort, and a respite from the world, both in Christian circles and to the unbelieving by developing characters and story lines that readers can relate to. But first the writer must be inspired. Rita will open the workshop with keys on narrative writing, dialogue, and setting, that will help you develop great fiction.
THE TEA ROOM: Located in Gambrill State Park’s High Knob area, the event will take place in the Tea Room, a native-stone building constructed by the Civilian Conservation Corp in the 1930s, with breathtaking views of Frederick and Middletown Valley.
Photos from the first workshop held on August 15, 2015
From Baltimore: Take I-70 west to Frederick and follow to U.S. Route 15 and then to Route 40 west exit. Follow Route 40 west to Gambrill Park Road on your right as above.
From Pennsylvania: Take U.S. 15 south to Frederick. Take Route 40 west exit and follow to Gambrill Park Road on your right as above.
From Hagerstown: Take I-70 east to Myersville Maryland Route 17 exit (exit #42). Turn left on Route 17 and follow through Myersville to Route 40. Turn right on Route 40 and continue to Gambrill Park Road on your left. Turn left and proceed one mile to the park.