Are you working on a newsletter, blog, or book? Is it hard to sit down and write? Are you constantly distracted? Do you keep putting it on your calendar, but it never gets done? Are you looking for community and resources around writing?
Join award-winning author and writing coach Thais Derich in a monthly 75 minute coached Time to Write session. Join us in-person at The Hivery or virtually on Zoom.
Mark it on your calendar like you would a business meeting and join a community of people who are looking to make space for their writing. There will be a 15-minute warm up that will explore writing blogs, newsletters, and long-form mediums like books and short stories. And then, there will be timed writing intervals. At the end, there will be a short, optional sharing opportunity.
Get the writing guilt out of your head and put pen to paper while building a community and improving your writing.
About the Writer’s Circle:
Every month The Hivery invites new and established authors to share their wisdom, experiences and resources for writers and non-writers who love books.
The Writer's Circle is facilitated by Hivery Member, Thais Derich. Thais Derich's memoir—Second Chance: A Mother’s Quest for a Natural Birth after a Cesarean (She Writes Press, May 9, 2017)—was a finalist for the Foreword Reviews' 2017 Book of the Year Award. Second Chance was also a finalist for the Creative Non-Fiction Magazine’s Baby Anthology. Thais is an international writer and public speaker on "Being the Hero of Your Life" and "Seeing Invisible Choices" in childbirth and beyond! She is also the founder of the "Write Your Impact" book program.
As seats are limited, advance online registration is required. Free for members. $30 for non-members. BYO brown-bag lunch discussion. All are welcome!
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The Writer’s Circle is one of The Hivery's monthly member events. Mark your calendar for each Thursday from 12:30 to 1:45pm to join this and forthcoming programs.
We know that life happens and things change. If you can no longer make it to an event, please email us to let us know at email@example.com so we can plan accordingly. We will gladly offer you account credit for the ticket price when requested in writing at least three days before the event. Please note that no refunds will be given on event cancellations.
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About Thais Derich
Thais Derich's memoir—Second Chance: A Mother’s Quest for a Natural Birth after a Cesarean (She Writes Press, May 9, 2017)—was a finalist for the Foreword Reviews' 2017 Book of the Year Award. Second Chance was also a finalist for the Creative Non-Fiction Magazine’s Baby Anthology. Thais is an international writer and public speaker on "Being the Hero of Your Life" and "Seeing Invisible Choices" in childbirth and beyond! She is also the founder of the "Write Your Impact" book program.
WRITER’S CIRCLE TESTIMONIAL
"It’s a real testimonial to your Writing Group because I felt supported and therefore took bigger risks in my writing. I am very grateful. Lots of high fives to you." - Lisa Pepper-Satkin, Executive Therapeutic Coach, MA, MFT after getting paid for placement of her essay.
Cynthia D'Aprix Sweeney, author of the best-seller novel THE NEST; Melissa Cistaro, author of NCIBA BEST NONFICTION BOOK OF 2015 winner PIECES OF MY MOTHER; Elizabeth Stark, author of SHY GIRL; Heather Young, author of LOST GIRLS winner of the 2017 Strand Critics Award for Best Debut Novel; Nina Schuyler, author of THE TRANSLATOR winner of the Next Generation Indie Book Award for General Fiction; Katherine Ozment author of GRACE WITHOUT GOD winner of Publisher Weekly's Best Books of 2016; Kaitlin Solimine author of EMPIRE OF GLASS short-listed for the Center for Fiction’s First Novel Prize; Jill Dodd, author of The Currency of Love, and Victoria Piontek, literary associate and author of The Spirit Of Cattail County, Sarah Cannon, author of The Shame Of Losing.