WEEKLY PHOTO CHALLENGE-FALL
Fall has always symbolized the harvest of all the hard work done during the preceding months of the year.
The crops are gathered and taken to market. Plans are made for the planting of new seeds in the coming year.
For writers, what better time than the Fall to harvest/market the manuscripts they’ve finished over the past year. And what better place than Trinity Writers Workshops Fall Seminar: Marketing Your Writing to learn better ways to market those completed manuscripts and find inspiration for their new projects. The all-day seminar will be held November 5th at the Hampton Inn in Hurst, Texas.
Chuck Sambuchino, editor with Writers’ Digest and editor of The Guide to Literary Agents will be presenting valuable marketing strategies for Fiction and Non-Fiction Writers. Chuck also has a popular blog Guide to Literary Agents.
Go to the TWW blog to find an interview with Chuck in which he shares information about himself and his experience in the publishing industry
This Seminar Will Include:
- Chapter One Dos and Don’ts
- What an Editor Wants
- Everything You Need to Know About Agents and Queries
- One-on-One sessions to discuss your query with Chuck Sambuchino
- Open-mike for attendees to read their own material.
- Coffee, Beverages, Snacks and Lunch
- Book Sales and Signings by Chuck Sambuchino and published TWW writers.
Who Should Attend:
- Writers of fiction or nonfiction who have a work in progress
- Writers with a finished or near-finished manuscript
- Writers who desire to attain publication submission skills
To get more information and preregister for this event click here.
Posted on October 4, 2011, in Seasons, Trinity Writers Workshop, Writers Groups, Writing, Writing Seminars and Conferences and tagged bedford, chuck sambuchino, crops, dallas, fall, fiction, fort worth, harvest, Hurst, marketing seminar, non-fiction, post-a-day-2011, pumpkins, sharon k owen, sharonkowen, texas, trinity writers workshop, writing, writing groups, writing seminar. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.