Dear Writers—
If you’re looking for a writing workshop this spring, a chance to step away from the keyboard and take your writing to the next level, then I invite you to join me, literary agent Paula Munier, and Writer’s Digest publisher Phil Sexton for the Writer’s Digest Retreat by the Sea at the oceanfront Inn at Scituate Harbor, Massachusetts, thisJune 5–8.With an author, an agent, and a publisher as your guides, the workshop will focus on honing your opening pages, strengthening your plot, polishing your writing, and pitching your work.So if you feel like it’s time to emerge from the cold, renew your creativity, revitalize your manuscript, and mingle with other writers, then sign up. There’s room for just 21 writers to attend, and we expect the few remaining spaces to go quickly.For full details and to register, go here.Paula, Phil, and I hope to see you there!
Hallie Ephron 
Hallie EphronAuthor of There Was an Old Woman and Writing and Selling Your Mystery Novel: How to Knock ‘ Em Dead with Style
Inn at Scituate Harbor



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