with Barbara Josselsohn
There’s a story you want to tell – a story from your family’s past, maybe, or a story about a place and time from long ago that intrigues you. But where do you start? How do know what to include, how can you create a strong sense of place and time, and what characteristics bring a past era to life? Where do you begin your research and how to do you weave the facts into your story? Through prompts, published examples, and class input, you’ll develop strong beginning chapters and a plan for your historical novel. Open to all writers who are ready to tell the story of past through their own lens.
Online via Zoom
(link will be sent the week of 1st class)
June 20, 27, off, July 11, 18, 25, August 1
10am to 12noon EST
LIMITED TO 7 STUDENTS
About the Instructor...
Barbara Josselsohn’s newest book is Secrets of the Italian Island, a historical WW2 novel that releases on May 11th. She is the author of five previous novels: The Lilac House, The Cranberry Inn, The Lily Garden, The Bluebell Girls and The Last Dreamer. Her art
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