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Online Writing Webinar this Saturday November 26 from 10:30am-11:30am PACIFIC

Please note, this is not to be confused with the live writing workshop in Sonora, the following Saturday, December 3 (please see post above for details of that).

This is late notice, I know, but I am hosting another WRITING WEBINAR (webinar only this time, so that I can focus on and interact with people online) this Saturday November 26 from 10:30am-11:30am Pacific (or your equivalent time zone).

It's free to those who took part in last Saturday's webinar but didn't have a chance to talk with me (and those who did talk, as well:) - for everyone else, it's $10 in the US and £10 in Europe and elsewhere, payments via PayPal, please.

We'll be exploring screenwriting and creative writing from the first spark of an idea, through character development, narrative structure and more.

For those of you who are not entirely sure what a webinar is, it is a live streaming online interactive event. In this case, you can see and hear me talking onscreen and, if you have a webcam and/or a microphone for your computer, you can ask questions and make comments yourself. You can also just watch and listen, if you don't have a webcam or microphone.

Please contact me at: for further details. You will also need this email address to make PayPal payments. Please register by email and you will receive an email from me, via WebEx (the webinar software), inviting you to join the webinar on Saturday by clicking on a link.

Eastern Time for the webinar is: 1:30pm-2:30pm
UK (GMT) Time for the webinar is: 6:30pm-7:30pm

Thank you, Alexander


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