Join three local multi-published authors and spiritual warriors for a half-day of creative enlightenment. Inspiration Awakening will inspire you - and your muse - to begin, or reinvigorate, your writing journey using proven self-care and spiritual practices. This workshop is the first of its kind, and we've limited the capacity in order to have a personal experience.
Most writing workshops give you blueprints for writing your book. But they don't dive into the magic that is writing.
Yes, we said magic.
Creativity is a combination of hard work, intention, and magic. We'll teach you about the balance of magic and intention. We'll also teach you how to activate the magic and get your words done. We're breaking the day into three sections.
There will also be panels and plenty of time for questions & answers. The workbook you receive will give you prompts to use at home so you won't forget what you learned.
Julie writes under several names. As Julia Henry, she writes the Garden Squad series for Kensington, which debuted this year. As Julianne Holmes she wrote the Agatha nominated Clock Shop Mysteries for Berkley Prime Crime. As J.A. Hennrikus she writes the Theater Cop Mystery Series for Midnight Ink, and has published three short stories with Level Best Books.
She is an arts administrator and teacher in the Boston area. In 2018 she created Your Ladders, an online resource for artists and creatives that includes classes, coaching, and workshops.
A Reiki Master since 1996, Carolyn has spent more than twenty years engaged in the study of spirituality, energy and healing. She has studied at the Arthur Findlay College of Psychic Arts in Stansted, England, and is a member of renowned English medium Mavis Pitilla’s Boston Mentorship Program.
As a musician, Carolyn has performed in the Pittsburgh Symphony and represented her country as a Jazz Ambassador for the U.S. State Department.
In addition to her private practice in healing and mediumship, Carolyn is the host of Carolyn’s Psychic Playroom, a New Age Talk Show, on Cambridge Community Television.
To find out more about Carolyn, visit her website: www.carolynwilkins.