Journeyperson writers, If you hate outlining

You should consider going to my friend, David Farland’s class in Dallas this June. Dave is who taught me how to outline and I consider it essential for my novel length projects.  Well worth a weekend of your time.

Million Dollar Outlines

David Farland’s special 2-day “Million-Dollar Outlines” seminar is designed help writers learn how to outline books and screenplays so that they will have a huge audience appeal. This is a key to raising your work from just being a commercial book or movie to becoming a bestseller.

The class is open to everyone. There are no scary assignments, only a simple “brain dump” where you’ll learn the principles that will make your work more widely and for a lot more money.

The class workbook will be sent electronically as a PDF file so that you can print it off and mark it up. You will not need to bring a laptop or printer—only a pen and a notebook to write in.

June 1st – 2nd (2012)
Price: $199
The class will be held from 9:00 A.M. to 5:00 P.M each day at
Comfort Inn and Suites Market Center
7138 N. Stemmons Fwy
Dallas, TX 75247
(214) 461-2677

Water and coffee are available. Use Confirmation number 242344.

We will be breaking at noon each day for lunch.

You may register onlineemail Dave, or phone Dave at 435-986-3858

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1 Response to Journeyperson writers, If you hate outlining

  1. Mike Shaffer says:

    Also, Journeyperson writers in Idaho don’t forget David Farland’s “Write That Novel” seminar in Meridian, Idaho. Workshops like this don’t come to Idaho often. Don’t miss out!
    Details and sign up information can be found here:

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