I will have my books and be signing them at this conference. I am one of the 30 authors noted below. I'll be the one dressed in scarlet tights with a big L on my chest. LOL. Seriously, I will be there I hope I will be the one with a humungous crowd around my table. again LOL. Check out the conference it should be fun.
A WRITER’S CONFERENCE AT A WRITER’S HOUSE
SATURDAY, APRIL 10, 2010
At the PEARL S. BUCK HOUSE, A National Historic Landmark®
9:30: Fiction Developing Characters Sandra Cody
OR Self-Help: How to Market Beyond the Bookstore Sue Zoglio
10:45 Memoirs: Writing Your Life Linda Wisniewski
OR Writing For Children: What You Need To Know Chrysa Smith
12:00 Lunch Break ~ Light Lunch Available/Brown Bag Own
1:00 Fiction Writing: Killer Fiction Cordelia Frances Biddle
OR Business Writing: Publishing/Promoting Kimberly Thompson
2:15 Journal Writing: More Than A Diary Esther Hughes
OR News Writing: Fundamentals Of Good Writing Jeff Gammage
Mike Sielski: How To Interview For Writing
Anne Kaler, PhD.: How To Write For Academia
Marie Duess: How To Write History
Pat Achilles: How To Work With An Illustrator
Mary Fran Bontempo: How To Write A Column
Download Registration Forms at: www.psbi.org - search for Events/Writers Conference
• $35 for Morning & Afternoon Package – includes Author’s Reception on April 9 - ($45 at Door)
• $20 for Separate Morning Session - ($25 at Door)
• $20 for Separate Afternoon Session - ($25 at Door)
• $5 Meet over 30 Authors. Does not include workshops or panel.
For advance registration or information contact: Helen Wolf: firstname.lastname@example.org or 215-794-2562
Pearl S. Buck ~ Green Hills Farm
520 Dublin Road (Hilltown Twp)
Perkasie, PA 18944
215-249-100 www.psbi.org – Community Events/Writers Conference
Handicapped Accessible -- Ample Free Parking
SPONSORED BY THE PEARL S. BUCK VOLUNTEER ASSOCIATION (PSBVA)
Books I have authored.
Many times I receive books for FREE to give them an honest review. I do not get paid to give a good or bad review. Spotlights are promotional and should be regarded as advertising for the book spotlighted. Regardless of where or how I got a book, my review will be as honest as I can make it.