The Eastside Writing Room
How many times have you said, “I just can’t find the time to write!” as if your writing time is out the Lost and Found somewhere. Claim your writing time in a quiet, serene atmosphere.
No place in the house to write? Too many digital temptations? Come to The Eastside Writing Room—now in two alternating Eastside locations- private residences. Addresses provided after contact.
TUESDAYS 11:30 AM-1:30 PM
Ten minutes of writing talk and then writing on your own project—longhand, computer etc. Wireless networking available. No fee. Coffee and juice provided. Bring a lunch if you want. Contact Ethel if you are interested in joining us.
Hello Ethel Lee,
Tucson is a little far for me, I could travel to one of the courses but not both. Tell me how much you charge. Do you have a representative in NJ who could duplicate your classes? They sound so interesting. I have had an ad agency and wrote all of the copy and headline. Received lots of awards for the headlines and was copied by many local agencies. i just finished writing a 16pg newsletter to seniors after 8 years. They didin’t want me to stop the response was fantastic but I was also doing the sales to pay for it, etc. I got to be too much. I want to finish a memoir or just write articles taken from my memoir, I think they could be very interesting.
Hello Alice, It’s great to meet another writer who continues writing and branches out into other areas. I know the feeling of doing all the work surrounding a writing project. The writing is heaven, but we need clones to do the other ‘work’- sales, marketing, networking.
Memoir is my writing genre of choice, I could be addicted to it. My first book was a memoir of my experiences of being an identical twin. If you want I can send you a list of memoir books (both how to and non-fiction) that were helpful and treasured reads for memoir. Send me an email address. Also check my blogs Nov. 26 and 27 on Writing Classics. Classic #5 and #6 two wonderful books on Memoir. . Wishing you many creative thoughts and many happy hours to write them down. Please stay in touch. Ethel