David Farland’s Writing Workshops
David has several workshops to choose from, including his popular two-day “Write that Novel!” seminar and his over-the-top “Writer's Mastery Camp.” Select the workshop that interests you below to learn more!
Superstars Writing Seminar
Now in its fourth year, Superstars Writing Seminar is an invaluable tool for boosting your career. No-nonsense, nuts & bolts career and business analysis for serious writers, taught by major bestselling authors and industry professionals. Topics covered include: Productivity, contracts, copyright, intellectual property, indy publishing, marketing, royalty statements, editors, agents, and how to develop a truly professional mindset about being a full-time writer.
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In this workshop you will learn the secrets of how to target young audiences while also appealing to adults. Dave will show you how to develop your world, characters, conflicts, themes, and treatment, so that you can maximize the audience appeal of your novel across all ages--if you like--or to narrow your focus for an audience of a special age.
Novel Rewriting - September 22-26, 2014 ($799)
In this intensive five-day workshop, you'll learn how to revise your plot, rewrite and strengthen the prose in your chapters, and how to pitch your novel to agents and editors.
Greenlighting Your Novel - Oct 10-11, 2014 ($125)
A two-day seminar to help you learn how to greenlight your novel in the same way that studios greenlight movies in Hollywood before they begin shooting.
Writer's Mastery Camp - Nov 3-7, 2014 ($599)
An intensive week-long workshop that removes all distractions and focuses completely on writing and leaves room for nothing else.
Professional Writers' - March 16 - 20, 2015 ($700)
Designed to help teach you the kinds of things that you can’t learn in most colleges—the ins and outs of the writing business, this workshop is a MUST for anyone wanting to write professionally.
Refund Policy for Writing Workshops
At times, people need to cancel from workshops due to circumstances beyond their control. However, when this happens, it incurs certain administrative costs. Furthermore, if a student withdraws too close to the workshop, we may have seats that cannot be sold—seats that have been held for months—and this does real damage to our ability to continue these services.
Therefore, if a student needs to back out from any workshop, the student may opt to apply all of the funds to a future workshop,
The student may sell membership to another writer
If the student needs to withdraw in a timely fashion (60 days before the workshop) funds will be returned minus $25 for administrative costs.
If the student needs to withdraw within 30-60 days of the workshop, we will try to sell that student’s seat and still refund all monies, less $25 for administrative costs.
If the student needs to withdraw within 30 days of a workshop, in most cases it becomes too late to open a slot for another student, due to the time that is required for students to prepare. In these cases, only 50% of the funds will be returned.