Reading Assignments:

1.)  Writing Groups: How To Write a Constructive Critique – by Mandy Wallace (While you won’t be critiquing others work here as you would in a writing/critique group, it’s good to know how to give a constructive critique for when you need to offer up thoughts and advice in class or in the Slack community.) 
2.) Creating Your Very Own Story Bible– by J.M. Butler (When writing a series, it’s good to keep track of the details as you create them so that when writing book three or twenty-three, you can easily look up the information you need, no matter how small or trivial. The last thing you want is your readers to spot your inconsistencies.)
3.) How to Plan a Book Series – NY Book Editors
4.) How to Write a Book Series: Breaking Down Each Style of Series – by Kristen Kieffer (Read only through the first section titled “Exploring the Three Types of Book Series”.)
5.)  How To Write A Series – Writer’s Edit

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Class Discussion:

1.) Discuss the articles you read. Where there any that were more helpful than others? List 1-2 things you learned that maybe you hadn’t known or thought of before. This is also a good place to reintroduce yourself, if necessary.

Getting in the Mood:

1.) Write for 20 minutes: 

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