Even experienced writers make mistakes, but good writers learn to avoid the errors commonly made by novices that turn off editors, publishers, and readers. This workshop will cover a wide range of issues and provide hands-on exercises to help you identify flaws in your writing and learn how to fix them. Topics will include story, characterization, point of view, and writing mechanics. You will come away with an understanding of practical ways to improve your writing as well as some handy hacks, checklists, and resources.

About the Writer

Nancy Sakaduski

Nancy Sakaduski

Nancy (Day) Sakaduski is an award-winning writer, editor, and owner of Cat & Mouse Press in Lewes, Delaware, which publishes beach reads for adults and children. Nancy is the author of 24 books, including How to Write Winning Short Stories. She runs the annual Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest and produces Writing is a Shore Thing, a curated online newspaper for writers. She has a BA in Communications from the University of Maryland and an MBA from Loyola University (Baltimore).

Written by Tery Griffin