Blog readers come from all around the world. According to the WordPress stats, I have regular visits from readers in Moldova and Argentina. Go figure.
But, I know I also have some local and semi-local readers in the Sarasota and Bradenton areas of Florida. This post is (mostly) for you.
The winter quarter is fast approaching and I will again be offering two writing courses through the Lifelong Learning Academy. The classes will be at the University of South Florida – Manatee campus, and both will be offered on Fridays, starting January 18th.
The two courses will be:
Fiction Writing Basics, 8 weeks, Fridays, 9:30 a.m.
Your Legacy of Words, 8 weeks, Fridays, 1:30 p.m.
You can read the course descriptions by clicking on the course title above, and you can register at the Lifelong Learning site.
As of today, the Fiction class only has ONE participant. I need four or five more in order to have the class, so if you, or anyone you know, is interested, please pass this info along and sign up now, before I get that dreaded call: We’re going to have to cancel…
The Legacy Writing class is always more popular, and I love teaching it, but I’d be really sad if the Fiction class is cancelled. You don’t want me to be sad for Christmas, do you???
I do have some news about the Spring quarter: I heard from the curriculum committee this week, and I will be teaching both an Intermediate Fiction class and a Legacy Writing Workshop for those of you who have already been through the initial courses. More information about that, as it becomes available.