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  • Fall Memoir Writing Retreat: Save $300 Before September 16th

    If you’re writing a memoir or have an ache in your gut because you need to get started, I’d love to help. Give yourself the gift of an intimate weekend memoir writing retreat this fall at Revel Retreat’s beautiful center tucked up against the mountains in Roslyn, WA (think Northern exposure). This is an entire weekend devoted to you and your story – complete with amazing people, food, wine (lots of it), conversation and support. And the best part is that if you register before September 16th, you will receive $300 off the regular $1197 rate.
    I partnered with host extraordinaire Joanie Parsons and Revel Retreats in February and it was such an incredible experience for everyone involved we are doing it again.
    Here are all the details. Hope to see you there!

    • Date: November 2nd– 4th2018
    • Price: $1197 ($897 if registered prior to September 16th2018)
    • Limited to seven writers
    • To register, email me at ricks.ingrid@gmail.com


    5:00 pm: Arrival
    6:00 pm: Opening circle
    6:30 pm: Happy Hour/Dinner
    8-9:00 pm: Story status/Intention for weekend

    7:00 am: Early stretch
    8:00 am: Breakfast
    9-10:00 am: Craft session — Story Structure and Outlining
    10-12:00 pm: Writing time/One-on-one with Ingrid
    12-1:00 pm: Lunch
    1-5:00 pm: Writing time/One-on-one with Ingrid
    5:00 pm: Soul break
    6:00 pm: Happy hour
    7:00 pm: Dinner
    8-9:00 pm: The business of books

    7:00 am: Early stretch
    8:00 am: Breakfast
    9-9:30 am: Writing Discussion
    9:30-12:00 pm: Writing time/One-on-one with Ingrid
    12-1:00 pm: Lunch
    1-3:00 pm: Writing time/One-on-one with Ingrid
    3-4:30 pm: Celebration/Sharing
    4:30-5:00 pm: Closing circle

    About Ingrid

    Ingrid Ricks is aNew York Times bestselling memoir author, ghostwriter, book coach and founder of Write It Out Loud, a program that fosters healing and empowerment through personal narrative. Her books include the coming-of-age memoir, Hippie Boy and Focus,a memoir about her journey with the blinding eye disease Retinitis Pigmentosa. She is currently teaming with Canadian $50 Million Lottery Winner Randy Rush on his compelling memoir.

    In addition to offering her Healing Through Personal Narrative workshops through Summer Institutes, School’s Out Washington, Hugo House and other organizations, Ingrid has helped more than a thousand students of every age find healing and empowerment by writing the deeply personal stories they need to tell. She has also produced seven teen anthologies including Dear Mr. President: Teen Voices From Across the Country, a powerful collection of letters, essays and poems that capture the fears, hopes and dreams of youth who were too young to vote in the most recent presidential election.

    For more information about her narrative writing program, visit www.writeitoutloud.org




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