November 18: Writing Productivity Part 3: Self-Monitoring & Self-Evaluation

Maintaining the motivation (Part 1) to meet your writing goals (Part 2) requires both self-monitoring and self-evaluation – Part 3 of our Productive Writing Workshop series.  Bring your notepad and pens/pencils/crayons, or your laptop, and join us in the final workshop in our three part series on writing productivity: Self-monitoring and Self-Evaluation.

MEETING DETAILS
1:30 to 3:30 p.m.
Saturday November 18
Pohick Regional Library
6450 Sydenstricker Road
Burke, VA 22015
(703) 644-7333

INSTRUCTOR BIO

Linda Ensign writes short and long fiction in multiple genres.  She is president of the Northern Virginia Writers Club and a member of Sisters in Crime.  Her short story, The Storm in The Teacup appears in the award-winning Chesapeake Crimes 7: Storm Warning published by Wildside Press in 2016.  Linda has a MS. Education and is currently a doctoral student at George Mason University.  The focus of her studies are educational psychology and research methods.