Just spoke with Steven Moore, President of Baldwin Writers Group, and he says there are a few slots open for the workshop on June 23rd. Here is a little info about the speakers.
Candace Sams has some great ideas and useful tools to help writers get their work organized, stay on track, pace their writing and assure continuity. After publishing almost fifty titles in the fantasy, science fiction, paranormal and action-adventure genres, she’s received more than thirty awards from various organizations, including being a five-time National Readers’ Choice Award winner/nominee. Her Tales of The Order™ series, as well as several
other works, are now being vetted for movie options, and she is about the celebrate the publication of her 50th novel. www.candacesams.com. Candace also writes erotica as C.S. Chatterly and can be contacted from www.cschatterly.com.
Cynthia Eden will teach us how to do useful character sketches that bring our characters to life. She has unique ways to develop plot points through plot point strategy and tips to help writers stay motivated when the middle of the story is sagging. She also brings to the table handy information on using Twitter effectively (a topic that still eludes me) so I'm looking forward to it. Cynthia is a national best-selling author of paranormal romance and romantic suspense novels. Her books have received starred reviews from Publishers Weekly, and her novel, DEADLY FEAR, was named a RITA® finalist for best romantic suspense. Cynthia’s publishers include Kensington Brava, Harlequin Intrigue, Grand Central Publishing, and Avon Red. In addition to her New York publishers, Cynthia has also stepped into the self-publishing field with the release of her “Bound” books—her “Bound” vampire and
werewolf books have been Kindle and Nook best-sellers. www.cynthiaeden.com
And finally I'll be giving pointers on using editing to give writers the competitive edge.
Cynthia and Candace will also present a class on digital promotion for writers, a very timely subject.
And thanks to Steven, the workbook, like last year's, is jammed full of info from all the speakers and is worth the price of admission all by itself.
Join us for lunch and lively conversation. Mahala