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Galena LitFest (Virtual): Brainstorming: How to Unstick What’s Stuck

January 22 @ 10:00 am - 12:00 pm

A free writing workshop from award-winning indie author Hollie Smurthwaite.

An inspired writer is an unstuck writer. Dig deep and find something that will spark creation and lead to a richer more unique story.
Hollie Smurthwaite is the author of “The Color of Trauma,” a romantic suspense novel and winner of the 2020 Soon to be Famous Illinois Author Project contest for adult fiction. She lives in Chicago with her husband, son and too few pets. She is active in the writing community as a member of Off-Campus Writers’ Workshop, Sisters in Crime, Chicago Writers Association, Alliance of Independent Authors, and a co-organizer for Just Write Chicago, a Meetup group. In past lives, she’s been a checkout clerk, massage therapist, office manager, recruiter, magazine staff writer, pepper spray hawker and belly dancer.

Register here for the event at http://galenapubliclibrary.eventbrite.com or by emailing distlerl@galenalibrary.org. Alternatively the event can be watched live on our Facebook page.

Galena LitFest is sponsored by the Galena Public Library and the Friends of the Galena Public Library.

Organizer

Galena Public Library
Phone:
815-777-0200
Email:
distlerl@galenalibrary.org
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Venue

Galena Public Library
601 S. Bench St
Galena, 61036
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Phone:
815-777-0200
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