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FREE Zoom Seminar: Growing Teen Writers AMA, Starts September 8th, 2020
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FREE Zoom Seminar: Growing Teen Writers AMA, Starts September 8th, 2020

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Program will return Fall 2020

Contact us HERE to be notified when this program returns.


Are you a teen writer?  Or the parent of a teen who wants to write?  Learn about the resources available for self-paced creative growth, and the role writing courses can play in helping improve creativity and skill.  Then ask Amber anything about writing and publishing work as a teen.  Some time during this seminar will be set aside for a discussion between participants and the instructor on how COVID has impacted teens, and what Writing Workshops Dallas can do to accommodate changing schedules and other needs during this difficult time. Amber is also leading a 4-Week Stay Home and Write Workshop For Teens that starts September 29th.

  • Amber Royer, Instructor
  • Enrollment limit: 10 students
  • Meets Tuesday, September 8th, 2020 | 5PM – 7PM CST
  • Class meets Virtually via Zoom

Contact us HERE if you have any questions about this class.

Instructor Amber Royer's debut Science Fiction novel, a telenovela-inspired space opera, Free Chocolate, is coming June 2018 from Angry Robot Books (named one of Barnes & Noble SFF Blog’s 25 Debuts to Watch for in 2018 ). She holds a MLIS from The University of North Texas and a BA in English (with a certificate in creative writing) from Lamar University. She attended the Highlight's Foundation Chautauqua Workshop in 2010 on scholarship. She also teaches enrichment and continuing education creative writing classes for teens and adults at The University of Texas at Arlington. She is the group discussion leader for Saturday Night Write.  She is also an active member of W.O.R.D . (Writer's Organizations 'Round Dallas). She spent five years as a youth librarian, where she organized teen writers' groups and teen writing contests, and also had the privilege of writing part of the original classroom-use materials for NaNoWriMo's Young Writer's Program. In addition to two cookbooks co-authored with her husband, Amber has published a number of articles on gardening, crafting and cooking for print and on-line publications. Follow her on Twitter @amber_royer, visit her Facebook author page Amber Royer Author, get her writing prompts and coffee pics at her amberroyerauthor Instagram account, or find her online at

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