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Two-Day Writing Workshop with Steven K. Smith

New Dates!
50% Discount for HEAV Members

Writing Workshop with Steven K. Smith!

Take two days to have some fun and learn story writing! Join author Steven K. Smith for an engaging two-day writing workshop for students ages 8 to 12.

Steven will lead students through writing exercises, creativity games, and lessons about how to write a great story. Covering topics like description, rough drafts, characters—in a fun way—the
class will even build their own mystery together!

This two-day writing workshop will be virtual, conducted online through Zoom. It is normally $49, but it’s a 50% Discount for HEAV members!

WORKSHOP SCHEDULE:

DAY 1: Intro to stories, using description, building characters
DAY 2: Creating our own mystery together

DATE & Time:
Wednesday, June 28 and Thursday, June 29
1 to 2 p.m.
Price: $49 (includes both days)

HEAV Members 50% off with the discount code.

HOW TO SIGN UP through two options.

1.  This $49 class is FREE for HEAV Members!

Just go to your member benefits page to get your coupon code.

IMPORTANT : Be sure to snag your coupon code from your member benefits page to register for 50% discount.

2. Register and pay for the $49 class here.

Not an HEAV member yet? Join TODAY for $45. Enjoy this class for FREE and take advantage of HEAV member benefits all year long. (Plus, you’ll support a worthy cause.)

Steven K Smith Author
Steven K. Smith

Steven K. Smith is the author of fifteen books for middle-grade readers across his The Virginia Mysteries, Brother Wars, and Final Kingdom series. The Virginia State Reading Association chose Shadows at Jamestown as a 2019-20 Virginia Readers’ Choice elementary title. Steven’s books have sold over 300,000 copies, and he has spoken at more than 200 elementary and middle schools. Steven lives in Richmond, Virginia, with his wife, three sons, and a golden retriever.

Check out his Homeschool Curriculum Expo booth here!

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