Summer Classes Begin June 13, 2016


Write Your Book Proposal E-Course

Veteran book author Jennifer Lawler’s four-week ecourse will walk you through every step of the way, from idea to finished proposal. For complete class information, click here.

Getting Past the Slush Pile: How to Write an Attention-Getting Query and Synopsis

You’ve written your novel. Now you’re trying to find an agent for it. Which means it’s time to write the dreaded synopsis and query letter. This class will help you breeze right through it. For complete class information, click here.

Writing a Romance

Who doesn’t love romance? And since it’s the bestselling fiction genre, who hasn’t thought about writing one? Whether you’re still at the idea stage or you’re actually putting words on the page, this class will help you avoid the most common pitfalls romance writers face. For complete class information, click here.

For Editors

This summer, I’m testing out two new class formats for the EFA.

Developmental Editing for Nonfiction

(Continuous enrollment) This is an eight-lesson, self-paced class with no instructor feedback but which includes before-and-after examples of the assignments. Webinars are offered about once a month where students can ask questions. More information can be found here.

 Growing Your Developmental Editing Business

This class uses a seminar-style approach to help students learn to build their editing business. Two intensive weeks of online lessons and discussion are followed with a webinar to discuss best practices for creating and managing a successful editing business. Begins June 29. More information can be found here.

Developmental Editing for Fiction

The first class in the three-class series begins September 12. More information about these classes can be found here.

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