“Well-prepared with an abundance of information, Jan Cline found her way onto the favorite’s list of many workshop attendees at a recent conference. Her experience and willingness to share it was much appreciated.” Terri Picone
Everyone needs encouragement, inspiration and insight. I’m passionate about communicating those things to the women and writers I meet.
If you have a need for an experienced speaker to share with your group, I can help.
Teaching with my friend James L. Rubart
Spiritually focused topics:
Are You a Stone Mover?
What does Jesus asks of us to help Him work in the lives of our friends, relatives and even strangers. Can you move a stone for Him?
The Hiding Heart/Come out, Come out wherever you are!
There are many facets of a woman’s heart and many emotions to hide behind. Discover where and why your heart is hidden and learn how to live your full potential.
Jan can also tailor her talk to your topic needs in most cases.
For writer’s meetings and conferences:
Finding Your Best Creative Self
Are you afraid of creativity? Do you wonder why God gives such gifts? No matter what your level of creative genius, you can embrace it and find the true meaning of it’s worth in your life.
Push me, Pull me…how to add tension to your novel
Tension is what readers secretly love! There are many ways to incorporate this element into your stories. Discover how to draw from everyday experiences to enrich your novel through this emotion.
Follow the Yellow Brick Road….map out your character’s journey
Your story’s main character journey has much more influence on your plot than you think. Find out how to build the road map for your character that will deepen your plot.
Inspiration from the Movies
All writers watch movies. Have you ever stopped to think about what movies can teach you about your writing? Visuals are the best way to learn. This is a fun and interactive workshop for any level writer.
Where is your character??
Setting and your characters have an intimate relationship. Communicating descriptions of place through the eyes of your main characters is important to help your readers feel and engage. Find out how best to marry the two, and how to deepen your story through the language of setting.
“Where is Your Character by Jan Cline is a wonderful tool to marry character and setting. “Setting gives your character a place to bounce life off of,” sums up the invaluable information Jan gives to all writers.” Carmen Peone, author
Fees for speaking vary depending on location, travel expenses and length of event. For questions or to book me, please email me at [email protected] I’m accepting two or three more engagements this coming spring and summer.