Writers are unique individuals. Not because they tend to be odd or nerdy or both, but because they spend their time doing something that most would consider torture – that is – writing something. Writing is hard work. It’s a task that requires an enormous amount of effort. It calls for perseverance. It needs constant encouragement.
This is where Jot comes in.
Jot is for new and aspiring authors. It’s for established authors, writers mired in the drafting or writer’s block stage, and for those interested getting their feet wet, having yet to put words on the page.
Why should you attend Jot?
Because it’s a date with your inner writer. It’s a time to reflect on your writing life, to learn tips, rub shoulders with other authors and, possibly, make a writing friend or two in the area.
Who should attend Jot?
Anyone interested in writing. Whether you are standoffish about it or plunging into your work, it is a free experience to get some encouragement to dip your toe in the water or to keep swimming when there is no sight of land.
Thanks for reading the post, we look forward to meeting each of you.