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2016-11-21

Workshop: December 10 2016

1-3 PM

Fire Station 14 Dublin and Academy, Colorado Springs

Winning the Fight to Write

by Aaron Michael Ritchie

We want to write until it’s time to write and then we want to do something else. Bombshells of household chores blast our plans. Machine-gun phone calls rattle us. Or we get lost in the trenches of that last Google search. Things seem hopeless. However, your own history as a writer is your best weapon against the forces of procrastination, self-doubt, and fear. In this a two hour completely interactive talk, I’ll be asking the audience a series of questions that will turn their muses into soldiers, ready to take orders. This is boot-camp, baby, and your muse needs discipline. So strap on your boots, grab your pen, and remember, writing isn’t for sissies.

About the presenter: September day in Denver, Colorado, and while he’s lived and travelled all over the world, Aaron Ritchey's a child of the American West. Sagebrush makes him homesick. While he pines for Paris, he still lives in Colorado with his cactus flower of a wife and two stormy daughters.


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This Month's Submissions

Saturday Meeting at Fire Station #14

Saturday Meeting Location
  • EKDU by Ricardo de la Garza
  • A FORTUNATE MEETING by Stan Griffin

 

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Sunday Meeting at Fire Station #16

Sunday Meeting Location

No submissions this month!

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Monday Meeting at Fire Station #8

Monday Meeting Location
  • JENIFER TWO by Erik Johnson
  • PERLONIA ENSLAVED by Jade Goodnough

 

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Tuesday Meeting at Fire Station #8

Tuesday Meeting Location
  • PERLONIA ENSLAVED by Jade Goodnough

 

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NaNoWriMo Word Counts

Ricardo de la Garza68,467
Fatma Alici58,799
Terry B. Ray54,769
Jade Goodnough53,154

CSFWG Grand Total

235,189