Writing takes courage, creativity…and community!
Break Free of 5 Big Fears Caging Your Writer’s Heart
Facilitator: Sara Brunsvold
Thursday, September 14, 2017 at 7 p.m. (Click here for meeting location and details)
Am I really good enough? Do I have what it takes? Is this just a pipe dream? How do I possibly find time to do everything the “experts” are telling me I must do? What if I fail? Worse, what if I succeed? Then what?
If you’ve ever asked any of these questions, you too understand what it means to be caged by fear. Your writer’s heart longs to be free, to press on despite the challenges, but courage is fleeting at best.
For far too long, fears held Sara Brunsvold back from pursuing her writing dream with vigor, confidence and courage. By using faith as the key, she discovered how to unlock her brave and finally fly free. She will share with you how to effectively fight five of the big fears writers battle.
Sara Brunsvold is an author, blogger and communications specialist. Her writing has appeared with the Kansas City Star, Mothers of Preschoolers (MOPS), Parent.Co, Her View from Home, Group Publishing and ACTA Publications, among others. She has published a Lou Gehrig biography with ACTA Sports, and she recently signed a contract with a literary agent for her first novel. Find her at www.sarabrunsvold.com.
A Community Of Writers
From HACWN’s start in 1989, we’ve offered monthly HACWN monthly meetings. On the second Thursday of each month, we meet at Colonial Presbyterian Church (Quivira Campus) on the south side of the Metro Kansas City Area.
Meetings feature practical workshops covering various writing styles or other information helpful to the writer’s life. And each meeting is led by those who are experienced in their fields.
As an added benefit . . . you’ll meet plenty of people who think like you and share your aspirations and dreams—and are willing to help you achieve your goals. So meetings are not only instructional, but provide fellowship and community and inspiration to keep you writing.