Friday, November 26, 2010

OCCRWA January 2011 Online Class -- "Going the Distance: Goal Setting and Time Management for the Writer" with Kitty Bucholtz

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It’s Black Friday...and the Best Bargain You Can Buy for Yourself is Writing Time!
Add to your Shopping List the following from the Orange County Chapter of RWA!

"Going the Distance: Goal Setting and Time Management for the Writer"with Kitty Bucholtz
January 10 to February 5, 2011

Enrollment Information at
COST: $20 for OCC members, $30 for non-members
If you have specific questions, email


Wherever you are in your career, time management is often one of the biggest challenges. Every New Year’s Eve, as the fireworks explode, we try to figure out how to make our goals into our reality. But what will work for you?

In this class, you will be presented with a variety of ways to look at goal setting and time management specifically designed for the writer. Whether you are a plotter or a pantster, this interactive course will help you design a game plan that will work for you.

You will be encouraged to share your personal time management frustrations as well as your tips and tricks for achieving your writing goals. Everyone will take away a printed personalized plan for the year, and you will know how and when to make adjustments. Though class interaction will be most helpful, this is a class that can be taken and saved for later as long as you take the time to download the many forms provided on the group website.

Start the New Year right! Forget the mistakes of the past and focus on what you can do to change your future!


Kitty Bucholtz is a writer and speaker, and a member of Romance Writers of America and Romance Writers of Australia. She co-founded Routines for Writers (\ a web site dedicated to helping writers write more. In 2011, Kitty will receive her Master of Arts degree in Creative Writing from University of Technology, Sydney.

Enrollment Information at
COST: $20 for OCC members, $30 for non-members

Coming in February 2011–

"OMG I ♥ it: Writing the YA teens want to read "
with Suzanne Lazear
Find out what Teens expect out of a YA novel and how to write the YA story you want to tell in a way that appeals to today’s teens.

Check out our full list of workshop at

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