Welcome to PAPER ARCHITECT ®
A creative writing series to wake up the senses
and stretch the brain to develop ideas into a finished writing piece.
The purpose of these workshops are to let the participant step out
of their everyday thinking habits
and discover how to open their eyes and mind to allow their creative juices flow.
What transpires is an opportunity to relax in a supportive environment
and through the exercises interspersed with information,
find new and interesting ways to expand, develop and use their writing skills.
And, ultimately, to discover your own unique writing style
so you can build on your strengths as a writer.
FEEDBACK from participants . . .
Most Valuable part of the workshop: "materials kit exceeded expectations ...
sharing books on the subject ...
ways/methods to make us inspired to continue writing ... learning how to be creative with letter writing supplies ...
balance between work and lecture ... clever & creative ideas I received! ... hands on writing exercises ...
actually writing the notecards and letters was great! ... all the effort and research that she shared with us ...
how to get good starting phrases to start thoughts flowing ...
being creative with letter writing and learning about all the tools and books and the exercises ...
evoking ALL the so many creative ways to write letters and enjoying it ..."
"It was fantastic -- have not been in a writing class for awhile -- and she made it fun as well as informative and useful."
"You inspire me to write more often. I am considering writing some kind of note every day for a year!
I am off to a good start."
"I absolutely loved the positive energy. Thank you very much!"
"Thank you very much for a great day! You have added some great things to my perspective, letter writing, and year.
I enjoyed you on a personal level as well. With great appreciation, Anne"
"Enjoyed hearing how passionate you are about letter writing."
"Thank you for having this class and being true. You're an inspiration."
"May your mailbox be full of personal letters!"
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