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Have you ever wanted to write your own book, blog, song, or story – but don't know where to start? (Or maybe grammar just scares you.)

I would love to help.

Join me for my next writing retreat, class, or workshop – and let's get writing. 

 

WRITER'S WORKSHOP

Workshops held monthly in Dallas, TX (Register to see upcoming dates and locations)

 

In this writer's workshop, we will walk hand in hand down the pathway to publishing (all the way from blank to printed pages). We'll discuss everything authors should know from writing styles to common grammar mistakes, publishing options, and ideas to spark creativity. This class will bring your unique ideas, dreams, and visions to reality. I believe we all have a story to tell – and I can't wait to help you write yours. 

Click "Register" to see upcoming class dates and to reserve your seat at the table.

A WEEKEND WRITING RETREAT

November 16-18, 2018 THE WILDE HOUSE Ben Wheeler, TX

THE WILDE HOUSE is the perfect location for an autumn weekend writing getaway in east Texas. This will be a relaxing way to dive deeper into your creative ideas with a small, intimate group. We will gather for meals, creative sessions, encouragement, and one-on-one consultations. There will be time for creativity, and even morning yoga sessions (for those who want to stretch and meditate to start off the day). 

Click "Register" to reserve your spot or for more details on the event. Space is limited, so sign up soon! 


LUNCH & LEARN Business E-mail Etiquette

A Writing Workshop for Businesses

In the digital age, oftentimes our first impression is made via e-mail. (And in business, you want that impression to be a good one.) Amy hosts her Business E-mail Etiquette Course highlighting the "Top 10 Greatest Grammar Mistakes" made in corporate America. This light and fun workshop is a great way to build company morale while teaching your employees and colleagues how to make the best (written) first impression. And it can all happen over your lunch break. 

Click below to invite Amy to your next team meeting or business lunch.

I believe everyone has a story to tell, and I can’t wait to help you write yours.
— AN