I am thrilled to share a special workshop designed at helping writers get to the finish line once they have written the book. Not many writers can say they have written and published four books in four years! Author and dear friend, Nancy Arroyo Ruffin brings you a wonderful workshop that is sure to help you PUBLISH THAT BOOK!
So you’ve written the book, now what? Do you have a vision for how you’re going to get the book you’ve worked so hard on into readers’ hands? Not really? Then this workshop is for you. The workshop is designed for the writer who has completed at least 80% of their book manuscript. Bring your writing goals to fruition with this class and learn how to take your writing goals to the next level by creating a vision board.
This one-time workshop will guide you through the process of designing your OWN writing vision board. During the workshop you will learn techniques on how to identify your visions/goals necessary for the upcoming year. You will learn how to file for a copyright, how to purchase an ISBN number, the importance of editing, cover design, and the many other steps that will take your book from manuscript to finished product. You will learn how to set clear, specific, and realistic time frames for each step in the process. You will learn how to identify potential roadblocks and create solutions to overcome them. Lastly, you will learn how to reinforce your vision through the use of daily affirmations and how to use your vision board to help keep your attention on your intentions.
Saturday, February 11th
2474 Westchester Avenue
Registration Fee: $25 (All materials included)
ABOUT THE AUTHOR:
Nancy Ruffin is a mama, wife, award winning writer, on-line radio talk show host, workshop facilitator and motivational speaker. Nancy describes herself as the offspring of Biggie and Deepak (Chopra) because of her Brooklyn girl attitude and zen spirituality. She will inspire and motivate you while simultaneously reminding you that you must to take care of yourself before you can take care of others. A seasoned speaker, performance poet and writer, Nancy has performed at some of NYC’s most respected open mics and poetry venues. Nancy has also given speeches and facilitated workshops at schools and organizations throughout NYC and New Jersey. Most recently she was appointed program director for The Young Authors program at Christ the King Elementary School in Bronx, NY where she works with the students in helping them write and publish their own book of poetry. Their book De Donde Vengo Yo won first place for Best Book Written by a Youth at the 2014 International Latino Book Awards.
Nancy’s written work has been cited and published in various online magazines and literary journals such as Duende Literary Journal, The Huffington Post, For Harriet, Elephant Journal among others. She is the recipient of the Blogher 2016 Voices of the Year Award, she is a 2014 VONA Fellow and the 2014 International Latino Book Award recipient for her sophomore collection of poetry Letters to My Daughter (CreativeInk Press, 2013). She chronicles her work, which primarily centers around culture, feminism, and motherhood on her personal blog http://www.nancyruffin.com/.
The NYC Latina Writer’s Group would like to thank BAAD! for their generous partnership and offering us a home for our writing workshops.
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