A workshop designed to spark creativity is planned at 3 p.m. Saturday, April 29, by the Chesapeake Bay Writers. It will be held at the Settlement at Powhatan Creek Community Center, 4000 River Moor Road, Williamsburg.
Group member Sally Honenberger said she will share newspaper scraps and “give a few brief sparks of tinder-ready advice, then you can start your own conflagration of characters and challenges.”
Honenberger, who practiced law for 30 years, began writing young and became a college and law school newspaper editor. She won her first contest in 1995 with short story about the 500-year flood.
“White Lies,” her first book, “was about one of my clients in the small town of Orange where we raised our three kids,” Honenberger said. After a battle with cancer in 2009, she shut down her law practice and started writing full time.
Honenberger was named a semifinalist in the Amazon Breakthrough novel contest, and sold her third novel, “Catcher, Caught,” to a major publishe...
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