Two Voices from Louella Nelson
And a Common Thread: Love

New Releases Available on Amazon for Kindle

cover of "Cora Lee"
Cora Lee     In this gripping tale of survival in backwoods Depression-era Virginia, a homeless mother awakes after days of fever to find a tall stranger sharpening his knife by her campfire. Her husband, expected to return from looking for work, is a week late. In her struggle to reunite her family, a desperate Cora Lee protects herself with a mantle of bitterness and hate; but her child’s propensity for hope, the kindness of strangers, and her own capacity for love challenge Cora Lee to embrace the blessings as well as the tragic ironies of her life.


Falling for the Prosecutor   On the eve of her marriage in Newport Bay and with the holidays just around the corner, Lizzie awakens to a real world nightmare in which the life of her dreams is falling apart.  Learning to confront her worst fears, she discovers that redemption can arrive in the strangest of guises. Rising from the ashes takes courage and strength of character – can Lizzie overcome the tragedies that have dogged her and find the faith to create a new life again?

Now in session
Intermediate Novel & Memoir Writing, a 9-week series

April 1 to end of May, 2014, 6:00-8:30pm Lake Forest, CA, 92630 To register, call (949) 916-3310 or email lounelson@cox.net

 … 9 inspiring weeks to gain the knowledge and confidence to write the story of your heart and get it published. Award-winning UCI writing instructor and best-selling author Louella Nelson makes learning fun and natural.

•Mysteries of the best-sellers are revealed •Story-craft essentials are simplified, taught step-by-step •Learn in a safe, relaxed, and high-achieving environment •Get personal attention on your project (only 10 students accepted) •Publishing tips and strategies are made easy •Meet other motivated writers who often become life-long friends and critique buddies.…

Come away with a complete inner and outer story spine, charged up and ready to write the book.

Louella covers essential topics in easy-to-follow steps: plotting, pacing the book, emotion, scene design, voice, character insights, sensory and description, synopsis, social media, how to win a publisher’s interest, self-publishing, and more.

Many former students are agented, published, best-selling authors, and award-winners. Why not join them?

9 inspiring weeks…the veil of mystery is lifted so you, too, can enjoy the rewards of being a published writer.

For more information or to reserve your spot, call 949-916-3310 or email lounelson@cox.net with “Intermediate Class” in the subject line. No prior classroom experience is required.

About your instructor

Lou's Mug 3 8-20-11 croppedBest-selling author Louella Nelson, recipient of the Distinguished Instructor Award from the University of California, Irvine, offers a fundamental course in fiction writing. Many of her students are agented, published, award-winners, and best-selling authors who write novels, short stories, memoirs, essays, and nonfiction books. Lou is published in fiction and nonfiction, has conducted successful author promotions, and has been featured on radio and television. A past-president of Orange County romance writers, she holds a master’s in English with an emphasis in nineteenth-century British literature and an undergraduate degree in English and creative writing from Chapman University.

Award-winning and USA Today/NY Times best-selling author Debra Holland says, “Wild Montana Sky and its sequels have been #1, #2, and #3 on the Amazon Top 100 Western Romance list. My success is definitely due to Lou Nelson. She is the writing teacher, mentor, and editor extraordinaire!”

“Lou Nelson is absolutely the best writing teacher in our area…. She’s changed my life as well as my writing.” –Deborah Gaal, award-winning agented writer.

Fee for a life-changing 10 weeks, $450. Email or call to hold your
spot or request more information: 949-916-3310
Email: lounelson@cox.net

Invest in your dream.
You’re so worth it!___________________________________________________


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