Learn with me!

What do you do when you’ve spent months (even years) researching history, geography, legend, and love for a novel after it’s written? You share allllll the insider tidbits that you didn’t get to put in the book!

Next month I’ll be teaching a live online course for the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at UNL on the Queen of Sheba and King Solomon of history, religious tradition, and legend. Join me over the course of three Wednesday evenings for a walk through ancient and opulent sands.

For information about OLLI at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln, visit: https://olli.unl.edu/about-olli. For the 2021 winter course catalog, visit: https://issuu.com/olliatunl/docs/winter-t3-2021-catalog?fr=sNGMyYzkwNzgz

For writers, I’ve just recorded a workshop on writing suspense and thrillers for West Coast Christian Writers’ February mega-conference. In it, I share my favorite tips for keeping readers turning pages past bedtime. For information on West Coast Christian Writers, visit: https://westcoastchristianwriters.com/2021-mega-conference/. For the full workshop lineup, visit: https://westcoastchristianwriters.com/2021-mega-conference/

 

Photo: Yes, that’s a vase under my laptop and yes, I’m wearing sweatpants and my socks don’t match my non-outfit and the house is mid-renovation, but I love, love passing along what I’ve learned, and helping others move toward their dreams! 

2 Comments
  • Karl
    Posted at 00:02h, 28 January Reply

    Hi! Will your course be live (set day and time) or asynchronous? I’d be keen to sign up, but I’m on the other side of the world so wouldn’t be able to view as it airs.

  • Daniel
    Posted at 23:43h, 03 February Reply

    Hello! I’ve signed up for your course but there was no one on the meeting when I logged in. I was given a time of 630-730, but what time zone is that?

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