"Thank you Beth and Ezra! The information you shared is very helpful. I learned a lot! I appreciate both the succinctness of the presentations you offer via outlining and reviewing objectives, and your professional yet upbeat style of delivering your material!"
- Mary Van Everbroeck, fiction and nonfiction writer
Special Webinar Training!
Ezra and I have been in critique groups and had critique partners for 20+ years and credit them as part of our success at staying the course as writers. (More specifically, Ezra's been in critique groups for about 28 years; I joined my first one 19 years ago. And, Ezra and I met in that critique group.)
Having a critique partner and/or participating in a critique group can help you:
-- get your writing done
-- improve your writing
-- expand your knowledge
-- stay the course when you feel like giving up
In this special bonus training, Ezra and I go over:
-- how to find critique partners and a critique group
-- what to look for in a good group and partners
-- how to screen for people who would be a good fit
-- best practices for being a participant
-- how to handle difficult situations
This training includes:
-- Training webinar
-- Checklist for Your Criteria for a Critique Partner
This course is offered by us, Beth Barany, certified creativity coach for writers, writing teacher, workshop leader, and novelist; and, Ezra Barany, novelist, teacher, and mentor.
Beth: I'm an award-winning, best-selling novelist in YA fantasy and paranormal romance, who has worked with hundreds of authors to help them get their books written, polished, and published to the delight of their readers. I'm passionate about writing, story telling, and guiding you to achieve your dreams. See you in the class!
I'm also the author of books for writers, including Plan Your Novel Like A Pro, co-written with my husband, thriller writer Ezra Barany.
Ezra: I'm the award-winning best-selling author of The Torah Codes series. As a teacher for over 11 years, my goal is to see your writer's dream realized with the completion of your book. I look forward to meeting you soon.