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“You fail only if you stop writing.”   —Ray Bradbury

October Workshop: Playing with Process

Alycea Snyder

Wednesday, Oct 2, 2019, 6:30 – 8:30 pm.
Barnes and Noble, Carrollwood (Meeting room in the back of the store)

 

In product development, there are key process changes that lead to different results. The same is true in software development, manufacturing, professional baking—any profession that depends on the consistent creation of high-quality marketable products.

But in writing, we tend to follow a single process without variation, even if that process leads to poorly formed products, hours of re-writes, and pages of wasted words.  

During this workshop, we’ll steal process hacks from other industries and apply them to writing. We’ll take specific writing issues and generate alternatives to banging our heads against the wall.  Show up ready to play along. We’ll test these theories as a group so you leave with a pile of new tools to try.

Alycea Snyder headshot

Alycea Snyder is a Senior Project Manager in the tech space, with a background in product creation, process development, curriculum writing, and adult education.

She writes in multiple genres, always spitting out some combination of personal development, science, and humor. She has been published by Fireside Fiction, Saw Palm: Florida Literature and Art, and John Hopkins All Children’s Hospital. She runs Your Next Inspiring Story, an online community based on sharing recommendations about uplifting content. You can find her website at alyceaksnyder.com