February 24: Where, When, and How Much? A Round Table Discussion

Join us on Saturday, February 24 for a round table discussion.  Using anecdotes from professional authors as launching points, we will discuss elements of the writing process and what has, and has not, worked for the writers in attendance.

Meeting Details

Saturday, February 24
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Tysons-Pimmit Regional Library
7584 Leesburg Pike
Falls Church, VA, 22043

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.

October 28: Writing Productivity Part 2: Goal Setting

Bring your notepad and pens/pencils/crayons, or your laptop, and join us in the second in our three part series on writing productivity: Goal Setting

MEETING DETAILS
1:00 to 3:00 p.m.
Saturday October 28
George Mason Regional Library
7001 Little River Turnpike
Annandale, VA 22003
(703) 256-3800

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.