It's a cover reveal !
cj Sez: I am beyond thrilled to share the gorgeous cover
of the Mobile Writers Guild upcoming anthology, CLASSIC PIECES RETOLD, in which
I have retold two Agatha Christie closed-door mysteries.
|Another beautiful cover design by MWG member, Steven Moore|
Stay tuned for contributor spotlights and a
If you’re in the Mobile, AL, area, you’re in great luck. The
(FREE) Mobile Literary Festival returns after its pandemic hiatus. WRITE NOW
comes to the Ben May Main Library on
Saturday, March 11, 2023.
Great topics, excellent faculty,
shopping and networking breaks, longer lunch break.
Which workshop piques your interest? I’ll be part of the
work crew, but hope to break out a bit of time to listen to the pros and cons
of “Pantster v. Plotter: The Great Debate."
The plot vs. pants session will be an in-depth look
at the strengths and weaknesses in the process of heavily outlining the work
(plotting, story boarding, etc.) versus writing the first words of a project
without any idea of what the outcome will be (writing by the seat of your pants.)
Of course there are a ton of ways to
approach a writing project, so the Festival invited three different authors—Carrie
Dalby (Possession Chronicles series), Amy Delcambre (Secret Mobile, A Guide to the Weird, Wonderful, and Obscure), and Amanda Gibson (In the Absence of Serpents)—to share their insights on the pros and
cons of their preferred process. Ought to be a very interesting workshop, since I consider
myself a “pathfinder.”
For your reading enjoyment
Carrie Dalby's Possession Chronicles
That’s it for today’s post. You-all guys keep on keeping on,
and I’ll try to do the same. Raising prayers for your health and safety.
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