“The best way to revise your own work is to pretend that somebody else wrote it.” – Don Roff, author
Editing yourself is the key to good writing, but it’s not easy. The May Writers’ Workshop will discuss common writing mistakes that weigh down your work and offer tips for those crucial final edits (yes, plural) that lead to a professional, publishable manuscript. Our presenter is Deb Sprong, veteran newspaper writer and editor. Join us for this discussion and an opportunity to practice May 6 at 7 p.m. EST.
Register for this free workshop, sponsored by GraceConnect and Women of Grace USA, at https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZErc-uuqDgqE9SiQxpVtiPpXMljSgT06SE1.
The workshop is the fifth in a series of free workshops that is co-sponsored by GraceConnect, the communications office for the Charis Fellowship, and Women of Grace USA, who provide leadership training and other resources for women of the Fellowship. This will be the final workshop before the summer months.
GraceConnect publishes the magazine, GraceConnect, and the weekly GraceConnect eNews, in addition regularly posted stories at graceconnect.us. Women of Grace USA produces an annual magazine, Women’s Spectrum, and a weekly blog at womenofgraceusa.wordpress.com, besides a monthly e-newsletter, Grace Touch. All are potential outlets for writers in the Charis Fellowship.