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Writer's Paradise

Writer's Paradise: A Safe Haven for current and aspiring writers

Writer's Paradise will come to fruition September 8, 2018 10am-2pm at Writer’s & Books located at 740 University Avenue. The writing forum will feature a diverse lineup of sessions and speakers designed exclusively for the needs and wants of writers and authors—whether you’re working on your first book or have already published a few.

Registration is now live, and you’ll lock in your best rate when you register by August 8. Ticket prices increase to $60 August 9, 2018.

WHAT IT IS:

If you’d like to learn how to write a tightly crafted novel, how to develop and maintain a journal, what type of writer you are or how to master business/corporate writing, Writer’s Paradise, hosted by Polland Enterprises, LLC is the event you’ve been waiting for.

Discover expert-led sessions by professionals and authors who understand the process of writing, because they’ve been there. And they’ll help you do it too.

You’ll choose two of four different sessions dedicated to novel writing, journaling, business writing and five types of writers. (i.e., a mixture of various types of writing and how to identify what type of writer you are). Mix and match sessions to build your perfect forum!

WHO IT'S FOR:

Whether you’re an aspiring author seeking to publish traditionally, or a self-published author seeking knowledge and guidance, you’ll find in-depth sessions offering up information you need to know.

WHY YOU SHOULD GO:

We’ve locked in a publisher, a change management specialist, a journal writing instructor and a novelist. CaTyra Polland, President/CEO of Polland Enterprises, LLC is an author and editor. The sessions are must-attends—writers and professionals who’ve “been there” and “done that” share their experiences and inspirational stories.

Entertainment, education and food are all in the works, but right now is the best time to reserve your spot at Writer’s Paradise—best pricing ends August 8.

Workshops:

How to Write A Novel

5 Types of Writers

Journaling

Corporate Writing