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A Workshop with Robert Ray & Jack Remick

Hey, Seattle area writers if you’re looking for an action packed class then this workshop is for you. You have the golden opportunity to learn from Robert Ray and Jack Remick at the old school house in Phinney Ridge. I did a summer fiction writing class there and it’s a great place for a workshop. This 3-hour writing workout is only $47.00! You can’t beat that! I promise you will be blown away with your new writerly skills and a renewed, energized approach to writing your memoir, novel, short stories or screenplay.

To find out more and to sign up today (cause the class is on Saturday OCT 17th) click here.Publication1

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3 comments on “A Workshop with Robert Ray & Jack Remick

  1. pamelahobartcarter
    October 15, 2015

    See you there, Mindy!

    • Mindy
      October 16, 2015

      I won’t actually be there, it’s a busy family weekend, but you have a great time. I know you will. Mindy

  2. judithworks
    October 15, 2015

    Wish I could go.

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