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New Podcast – Writing Letters to Learn and to Create

June 21, 2012

Carolyn Flynn and Terry Price talked about the art of writing letters both in terms of use as a tool in storytelling and also as useful exercises to get to the heart of your story and your characters. This lively conversation included a discussion of actual exercises you can use to improve your work.

If you missed the call and would like to listen, just go to Podcasts and enjoy!

If you’ve not discovered our weekly telephone chats on writing and all things creative, consider joining me and Carolyn Flynn (and occasional guests) for our weekly free phone chat every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. central time. Here’s how to join in:

Just before or at 10 a.m. central dial in at:

1-626-677-3000

When prompted, enter participant access code:

1776137

Your call is muted until you press *6 after which you will be unmuted and can ask your question or make a comment.

Although the call is free, your own long distance charge, if any, will apply for those calling outside of the 626 area code.

Spots are limited and participants will be allowed on a first come, first serve basis. The call is being recorded and we will post a link afterwards that will allow you to listen if it’s not convenient to join in live.

To listen to this week’s call, just go to the podcast page of my website at www.terryprice.net

Again, join us each week or go to the page and listen to the podcast. You can also subscribe to the podcasts through iTunes by clicking on the RSS link on the webpage! Enjoy and thanks for listening! Also you can contact Carolyn directly at Carolyn@CarolynFlynn.com or go to her website www.carolynflynn.com.  Terry can be emailed at terry@terryprice.net.

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