If you haven't heard of Savvy Authors, it's time to get acquainted. They offer reasonably priced classes that cover all aspects of writing. Right now they're putting on a Summer Symposium. For $30 you get your choice from a long list of classes--take as many as you can handle.
The signup is at their webpage.
If you'd like to delve into short stories, I'm teaching When Shorter is Better.
Here's a bit about the class, which begins 8/24!
Are you intimidated by the thought of writing a short story? Even though you've already whipped out a novel or two? Relax, it's not that hard. There are a few basics that can help you understand the needs of a short story: the arc and structure, the character requirements, and some tips on writing shorter. We'll discuss how to get short successfully.
2) characters - number, how to introduce, how deep to go into the character
3) descriptions - how detailed to get
4) twists at the end
5) how to write shorter - eliminate unneeded words, count total words and pages, figure out how many words/page to cut