2023 Change from multi-week courses to single-topic webinars
I've been doing four to twelve week courses for eight years, some in person and many online. Based on participant feedback in the last two years, and what appears to be growing limited time available to writers, in 2023 I'm changing my schedule to instead do two-hour Webinars on limited topics. Each webinar will be only $10. These webinars will still include:
- Live instruction and participant interaction in real time, including Q&A and on-the-spot troubleshooting of your specific situation.
- Webinar size will be limited to 20 participants. This allows the instructor to be responsive to participant questions and troubleshooting that meets each person's specific needs for their books and author career.
- Each webinar will be delivered via Zoom. Each 45 minutes of instruction will be followed by 15 minutes of Q&A.
- Depending on participant needs, an additional half hour beyond the two-hour window will be available for personalized mentoring if it was not achieved during the two 15 minute Q&A sessions.
- Live closed captions are available to anyone who wants to enable it during the session.
- Recordings of each session will be available for paying participants for one month following the webinar date. The recordings are not made available to the general public and you will not be allowed to download the recording to your own computer.
I am still putting together my webinar calendar based on past participant's topic requests. If there is something YOU are particularly interested in seeing, please drop me a note via the form on my contact page.
Don't know me? Learn more about how I view teaching on my Teaching Philosophy page.
2023 Craft Webinars Schedule
Check back after December 15th for the Craft/Writing Webinar Topics
2023 Business Webinars Schedule
Check back after December 15th for the Business Webinars Schedule for 2023
About Jody Wallace
Jody Wallace is a talented writer who has over 30 books published in the last two decades. Her fiction is known for diverse protagonists, action, adventure, and humor. Her readers frequently comment on her great characters, suspenseful stories, and intriguing and creative world building. When describing her methods, Jody says: “There are two sides to every story. I aim to tell the third. And I add cats regardless.” You can learn more about her books at her website.
She has an MFA in Creative Writing, four years teaching college English and literature and five years creating outstanding technical writing and advertising copy. When she left the corporate and academic arena, she focused on writing novels. She also volunteered with her local writers chapter to coordinate novel writing contests, train judges, and critique finalists. Just as important as all the above, Jody has a sense of humor that makes learning fun, and the tough writing work a little easier to do.
About Maggie Lynch
Maggie Lynch is the author of 27 published books, as well as numerous short stories and non-fiction articles. Her books have been both traditionally published and indie published. Her fiction tells stories of people making heroic choices one messy moment at a time. Her adult titles include women’s fiction, romance, suspense, science fiction and fantasy. Her children’s middle-grade and young adult titles include contemporary life and science-fiction/fantasy. Her current non-fiction titles are focused on helping career authors succeed in the business side of writing, publishing, and marketing. Previous non-fiction titles were academic and student-based texts on creating, managing, and using online learning systems published by Pearson and Routledge / Taylor & Francis.
Maggie’s love of lifelong-learning has garnered degrees in psychology, counseling, computer science, and education. She spent 15 years in Academia teaching university undergraduate and graduate courses in education, psychology, and computer science. In the last decade of her career she served primarily in executive management as a Dean and a CTO. This experience also led to opportunities to consult in the United States, Europe, Australia, Asia, and the Middle East. Since 2013, Maggie and her musician husband have settled in the beautiful Pacific Northwest where she now enjoys the luxury of balancing her love of writing with helping other authors grow their careers. Maggie is also the founder of Windtree Press, an independent publishing cooperative with nearly 300 titles among 27 authors.