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Inklings Publishing's Annual Retreat

December 12th - 15th, 2019

Twisted Run Retreats

4124  Twisted Run Lane
Vancleave, MS 39565

Overview of Itinerary:

Thursday, December 12 

-- check-in at 4:00 pm and settle in and get ready

 

Friday, December 13

-- Rise at your leisure and enjoy writing time

-- Lunch at noon with whole group session

-- Afternoon to write at your leisure

-- 3 pm one-hour workshop: Topic to be determined

    (optional -- materials are included in packet)

-- 7 pm Dinner and Share Session with critique ​

Saturday, December 14

-- Rise at your leisure and enjoy writing time

-- Lunch at noon with whole group session

-- Afternoon to write at your leisure

-- 3 pm one-hour workshop: Topic to be determined

    (optional -- materials are included in packet)

-- 7 pm Dinner and Share Session with critique (S'mores and camp fire if weather allows)

Sunday, December 15

-- Rise at your leisure and enjoy writing time

-- Lunch at noon with final whole group session

-- check out at 2:00 pm

Pricing Information:

Price includes meals, materials, and housing.  Does not include travel to and from the retreat, or other expenses you might incur.

 

Cost -- $700 for entire weekend

You may be asked to share a room or bed depending on number of participants and cabin availability.

Price will go up December 1st, 2019.

Cancellation Policy:

Full refund if cancellation is received on or before November 1st, 2019.

All refunds after November 1st, 2019 are partial until December 1st, 2019. All partial refunds will be subject to the discretion of INklings Publishing.

 

Amount at the discretion of Inklings Publishing and based on costs already incurred.

 

No refunds after November 1st, 2019.

Workshop Presenter

Kathryn Haueisen

Research: Find What You Need and Know What to Do With What You Find

Whether fiction or non-fiction, quality books are built on quality research. Learn where to look, how to manage what you find, and what to do with the results. Without a plan, it's easy to quickly drown in data and hard to retrieve what you find. A little planning yields great results for authors and great reading for their fans.

 

About the Workshop Presenter:

Kathryn Haueisen earned a degree in Journalism from Bowling Green State University and set to work in public relations and freelance writing. She's published five books and dozens of magazine articles on travel, history, social issues, and family life. Her historic novel, Mayflower Chronicles: The Tale of Two Cultures, will be published by Green Writers Press in 2020.

She blogs weekly at www.howwisethen.com , focusing on people and programs making useful contributions to our global village.