Our December Write-A-Thon at the Broadkill Writers Resort has proven so popular we’ve added more dates in January and February! Need an extra boost to meet your writing goals? Our November participants wrote over 30,000 words in less than 48 hours. We’ll talk about tools, preparation, and how to beat writer’s block…but most importantly we’ll be using writing sprints to crank out words.
Friday January 11th through Sunday January 13th: four rooms available.
Friday February 15th through Monday February 18th: four rooms available.
Normally a room at our retreats costs $250, regardless of the number of occupants, but from now through midnight Friday December 14th we are offering the January and February rooms at a $100 discount!
You can send payments through PayPal to firstname.lastname@example.org or, for the PayPal averse, we accept payments through Cash App at cash.me/$bizarroguy. On the 15th our rate increases to $250.
“The Broadkill Writer’s Retreat/Workshop proved to be a total game-changer for me. Staff were knowledgeable, helpful, and professional. My time there was extremely productive, and I cannot wait for the next one!”Jacki King, bestselling author of The Margarita Chica Finds Love
Ready to level up your writing game? To reserve your spot for $150 you must purchase by midnight December 14th with either PayPal via email@example.com or Cash App at cash.me/$bizarroguy.
Have questions? Please leave a comment on this post, or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and I’ll provide an answer ASAP. Thanks!
ABOUT THE BROADKILL WRITERS RESORT
We offer the comforts of home in a secluded, pristine beach environment designated as a protected area–so you never have to deal with crowds, and can always enjoy the natural beauty and wildlife of the Delaware Bay.
Prime Hook National Wildlife Refuge is a 10,144 acre refuge officially established in 1963 to provide protection for threatened and endangered species, as well as many neo-tropical migrating bird species. Prime Hook’s habitat features include salt marsh, freshwater marsh, ponds and impoundments, wooded swamps and upland grasslands and forest. Hundreds of native plant and animal species thrive in this mosaic of these diverse cover types that provide habitat for 308 species of birds, 51 species of fish, 45 species of reptiles and amphibians, 37 species of mammals, and an array of rare insect and plant species.
The closest town, Milton, is only a 10 minute drive away and is full of shops and restaurants. Established in 1672, and operating under several names until 1807 when it was renamed after English poet John Milton, this old ship building community has a historic district full of restored Colonial and Victorian houses, ranging from Gothics with turrets to those with peaked roofs trimmed with gingerbread lace molding.
Further down Route 1, about 20 minutes from Broadkill, is Lewes, a quaint seaside community known for specialty shops, historic buildings, advanced health facilities, and its own beach. Continuing south on Route 1 30 minutes from Broadkill you next come to Rehoboth, a large beach vacation destination with a boardwalk and more shopping and entertainment options than you could take in during a week’s stay.