Welcome to the Novel-in-Progress Bookcamp website!

Welcome, aspiring and working novelists!

The Novel-in-Progress Bookcamp is a full-immersion retreat and writing workshop, led by professional authors, editors, and literary agents, tailored to help advance your novel in progress to completion and publication.

The camp is held early summer at the beautiful Cedar Valley Center & Spa, www.cedar-valley.org

35 miles northwest of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, near West Bend.

Dates for the 2014 program: May 18 – 24.

Has that unfinished novel lingered too long in limbo? Maybe committing to this workshop in the spring 2014 is the push you need to get it done – 6 days at a retreat center, with expert help, to focus on writing-craft improvement and specific needs for your novel, choosing best publication strategies, and taking the right steps to finish that big project.

See the tabs above for details on registration, staff bios, program schedule, site info, and how to decide if this is the right program for you and your novel.

Registration is limited; this is a small group retreat of between 12 to 25.

The camp is sponsored by the Wisconsin Writers Association (www.wiwrite.org) and  co-sponsored by the Chicago Writers Association (www.chicagowrites.org). Additional support provided by our Creative Co-Sponsors.


One comment

  1. Monette Bebow-Reinhard:

    “I think a lot of writers would benefit, right in the beginning of the week, from an intense story treatment seminar!” 😉

    A suggestion from a published author considering using the Bookcamp to help her on her next project.

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