Workshops


Workshop Fee: Please use the Donation link below
RCLAS Members $5
Non-Members $15

Click on the link (donation) below to pay the workshop fee using Paypal, Debit or Credit. When you click on the link the page should open to an active page with the words – Donate to Royal City Literacy Arts Society.


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A Peek into Publishing with kc dyer. Join bestselling author kc dyer for a glimpse into the complex and ever-changing world of publishing. From agents to editors, traditional to self-pub, get your questions answered about bringing your work into print!

Bio:
kc dyer loves travel and has literally flown around the world in search of fantastic stories. When she’s not on the road, she resides in the wilds of British Columbia, where she likes to walk her dogs in the woods and write books. Her most recent novel, EIGHTY DAYS TO ELSEWHERE, is the madcap story of a young woman so desperate to save her family’s bookstore that she undertakes a race around the world, but ends up falling for her competition. kc is also the author of FINDING FRASER, an international bestseller in romantic comedy.

And coming this fall, AN ACCIDENTAL ODYSSEY continues the ExLibris adventure series. When an unexpected phone call derails a young woman’s wedding plans, it sparks an epic adventure around the magical, modern-day Mediterranean. An unexpected phone call sends Gia off on a wild journey half-way around the world in pursuit of her ailing—and nearly-estranged—father as he retraces Odysseus’s famous voyage. As food blogger Gia adventures – and eats – her way around the Mediterranean, she confronts epic storms, sea monsters and buff surfer dudes. Along the way, as she uncovers family secrets, finds heartbreak, and learns more about a certain archeologist with secrets of his own, Gia discovers that fairy-tale endings might be messy and complicated, but they can happen anywhere.

kc has spoken before thousands of readers — kids and adults —  across Canada and the US, and in Europe and Asia. She’s been a feature presenter at the Surrey International Writers’ Conference, writer-in-residence at New Westminster Secondary School, and a featured presenter at the National Council of English Teachers in both Philadelphia, PA and Chicago, Ill; at YouthWrite in Penticton, BC; Young Authors in Kamloops, BC; WORD Vancouver, Canadian Authors’ Association in Victoria, BC; Ontario Library Association Super-Conference in Toronto, ON; Simon Fraser University Southbank Writers in Surrey, BC; WriteOn Bowen and many others. She is represented by Laura Bradford of Bradford Literary Agency.

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Click on the link (donation) on the right side of the page to pay the workshop fee using Paypal, Debit or Credit. When you click on the link the page should open to an active page with the words – Donate to Royal City Literacy Arts Society.

RCLAS is famous for its workshops — our facilitators are top-notch and their impact is phenomenal. Don’t miss out!

These sessions are aimed at both writers and fans of literature. On average, RCLAS runs a workshop a month. Costs are extremely reasonable — and even better if you’re an RCLAS members.