First off, the bad news: LitFest Pasadena has been postponed due to rain! It's an outdoor event in lovely Central Park, Pasadena, but the forecast calls for stormy weather. The good news is, they've already rescheduled for May 12th-- a day the almanac has called rain-free for 10 years. So, my apologies to all the book fans who were looking forward to celebrating the day. I hope to see you all in a couple of months.
And now, for the new beginning: I'm teaching a class! Yes, I am getting back in front of the blackboard, or in this case, the sofa, for an intimate, small group YA novel writing class. It's been a few years since my last official class for adults, but I know that group spawned some awesome novels. Let's do it again!
The class is being offered through Writing Workshops Los Angeles starting April 25th. We'll be meeting Wednesday evenings for eight weeks at a student's home in Glassell Park, where tea and story structure are the order of the day. If you're interested, check it out and sign up fast-- there are only eight spots and it's filling up!