- 0707.June.SundayMysterious Galaxy3555 Rosecrans St., Suite 107, San Diego, CA 92110
The Writers Coffeehouse in San Diego, a free 3-hour networking session that meets monthly at Mysterious Galaxy Bookstore, facilitated by SDWEG Honorary member Jonathan Maberry and The Liars Club. If Jonathan is unable to attend, Peter Clines or Scott Sigler moderate the sessions.
While Jonathan, Peter, and Scott all write horror or thriller genre fiction, the discussions are not limited to a specific genre.
There are no requirements to attend and no fees. Both a Facebook group and a Yahoo group exist that include members from Writers Coffeehouses around the country.
The Facebook group is public. Anyone can join and post. Jonathan encourages sharing information with the group through the Facebook page.
Because Yahoo groups are hard to find, here’s the link to it: https://groups.yahoo.com/neo/groups/WritersCoffeehouseOnline/info. It’s a private group that requires approval, so begin with the Subscribe option below.
Group Email Addresses
- 1313.June.SaturdayJonathan Maberry will be teaching another 3-hour workshop on WRITING FIGHT AND ACTION SCENES.WHEN: Saturday June 13th, 11am-2pm Pacific Time — adjust for your time zone!WHERE: via ZOOMCOST: $25(To enroll make a PayPal payment to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please specify in the comments that the payment is for this workshop and include your preferred email address where you’d like to receive the Zoom link. Jonathan will email it a week before the workshop. Spots are limited, so sign up now!)WORKSHOP DESCRIPTION: Well-written fights and chase and action scenes can turn a book into a red-hot page-turner…but they have to be done right.Join NY Times bestselling author and martial arts expert Jonathan Maberry (former bodyguard, 8th degree black belt jujutsu master, and former expert witness for murder cases involving martial arts) for a no-holds barred workshop on how to write believable and riveting fight and action scenes.Included in this program are: choreographing an action scene; understanding what is possible (and what’s not!); myths and misconceptions about unarmed combat; and much more!