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Ohio Writers’ Association Hosting Novel Writing Class For Local, Aspiring Authors

The course aims to boost busy adults' writing skills

Starting next week, the Ohio Writers’ Association will host classes to aid authors and aspiring writers to complete a manuscript in one year.

The series of classes coined “the Novel Year,” will begin with a weekly class for four weeks and transition into a monthly class following the initial four meetings. Additionally, the course offers two one-on-one consultations with the instructor for more targeted assistance with each author’s work.

“I’ve been teaching similar classes for a long time. This is a little bit different of an adaptation because it includes the one year of support … this will be the first time we’re incorporating the year-long support structure,” said Brad Pauquette, president of the Ohio Writers’ Association and director of the School of Kingdom Writers. “We really designed it, this time, for busy adults after working with lots of people and seeing the challenges that they face to get the job done.”

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