Analysis is the process of breaking something down into its component parts so as to study it in detail. How do we break down our writing? What makes writing effective? We will explore some answers to these questions by analyzing some specifically selected writing samples.
Thursday, September 21, 2017
7:00 – 9:00
Owen Brown Community Center
6800 Cradlerock Way
Columbia, MD 21045
About the Speaker
Donald McLean has been working as a software developer for almost thirty years, but has been reading almost since he was born. For many years he wanted to write, but never managed more than a few pages. One day a story idea appeared in his head, and wouldn’t let go until he wrote it down. He writes stories that are science fiction and/or fantasy but is, as yet, unpublished.
He has been happily married for thirty years; he and his wife have three grown children.
HoCo continues to collect new or gently-used books for HopeWorks. (The Howard County Domestic Violence Center.) All genres and age groups are needed, but due to the nature of their services, they request that the books contain no mention of violence against women or children.