Wine & Writing! November Hourly Writing Nights: A Fun Workshop Series with Amelia Leedom

Wine & Writing! November Hourly Writing Nights: A Fun Workshop Series with Amelia Leedom

May 1, 2023 | Academy, Latest

Every week throughout November, I will be hosting an Hour Writing Night. I will prompt a story idea, a character, or a fun dialogue exercise within a genre or trope, and we will mute ourselves to get creative and write. Once the 30 mins are up, we will unmute and share what we came up with!

Attendees must join with a drink in hand! Bring a friend, make it a date night, or just come to meet fellow creative minds.

You don’t need to consider yourself a writer to have fun creating something. All you do need is to set your creativity free!

Open to anyone! Register for this event: $20 (or $6 a class)

Legend Fiction members get a $15 discount. Press this link here to start your 30 day free trial, and get the coupon to save on this workshop!


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Amelia Leedom

Amelia Leedom writes for many reasons. To relax, to make herself happy, but mostly she writes because she needs to get these ideas out of her head so she can sleep! She graduated from JPCatholic with a Bachelors degree in communications, and worked in marketing and sales for over 15 year. Her stories range from romance, to bromance, to whatever-mance you can think of. When she’s not writing, Amelia can be found watching the best low-budget B movies Amazon has to offer, making her husband pay attention to her, or coming up with new story ideas as a way to procrastinate on the stories she is working on. Website | Join my Email list
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