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Free Teleclass: Writing Masquerade (Oct. 26)

Each month in The Word Cellar Writers Guild, we hold a live, virtual event. This month we're having a Writing Masquerade Teleclass. You can get the class for free with a $37 membership! 

Try The Writers Guild for a whole month for just $37 and be part of this month's exciting event: a live class on the topic of voice in writing(Plus you'll have access to all of our community and educational resources for writers.) 

Come to the Writing Masquerade!

Just in time for Halloween, you're invited to a "writing masquerade" teleclass where we'll play "dress-up" with our writing and explore different facets of our writing voices. 

This will be a fun, interactive workshop about that thing we call writing voice. We'll start by covering a few basics about voice, including:

  • What is writing voice?
  • Do you have to "find" your voice?
  • How do you use it?
  • Do you have just one voice? (hint: The answer is no!)

Next, we'll use a "writing masquerade" exercise to explore our writing voices. By trying on imaginary writing masks, we’ll tap into different aspects of our writing personalities and discover what suits us  and our stories.

We'll end with plenty of time for Q&A and conversation.

This teleclass is suitable for writers of all genres and experience levels. It will build on the writing module "Page Presence: Unleash Your Writing Voice," but you don’t need to have completed that module to benefit from this event.

Can't make the live call? No problem. A recording of the call will be made available to all Guild members.  

The Word Cellar Writers Guild is an online community for writers who crave more creativity, more community, and a deeper understanding of the craft of writing. Resources include educational writing modules, virtual events, supportive community, reading lists, writing exercises, interviews, and more. Learn more and become a member. 

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