BACK ON TRACK
Last week I broke all my resolves to post every day.
Okay, maybe my expectations were a little extreme but it seemed like a doable goal and one to get me ready for NANOWRIMO.
But what can I say. Life got in the way.
Now I’m back on track.
Since I missed the usual Saturday blog where I introduce one of the members of Trinity Writers’ Workshop, I will overcompensate my mentioning the awesome seminar TWW is hosting on November 5th at the Hampton Inn in Hurst, Texas. Information about the seminar and a preregistration sheet can be found in the events section at the Trinity Writers’ Workshop website: http://www.trinitywritersworkshop.com/Events
Our keynote speaker is none other than Chuck Sambuchino, the editor with Writers’ Digest and editor of A guide to Literary Agents.
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.
- Lunch will be provided
- Book Sales and Signings by Chuck Sambuchino and published TWW writers.
Who Should Attend:
- Writers of fiction or nonfiction
- Writers with a finished or near-finished manuscript
- Writers who desire to attain publication submission skills
9:00-9:30 Registration, Book Signings.
3:30 – 6:30 One-on One sessions with Chuck
Chuck Sambuchino is an editor for Writer’s Digest Books (an imprint of F+W Media) and is the editor of Guide to Literary Agents as well as Children’s Writer’s & Illustrator’s Market. He recently helmed the third edition of Formatting & Submitting Your Manuscript (2009).
Chuck has instructed on writing and publishing at more than 40 writing events in the past five years, including presentations in Italy and Canada.
His humor book, How to Survive a Garden Gnome Attack (2010; gnomeattack.com), was featured by Reader’s Digest and AOL News. Chuck is also a writer and freelance editor. He is a produced playwright, with both original and commissioned works produced. He is a magazine freelancer, with articles appearing in Watercolor Artist, Pennsylvania Magazine, Cincinnati Magazine and New Mexico Magazine. During the past decade, more than 600 of his articles have appeared in print.
He is a husband, cover band guitarist, chocolate chip cookie fiend, and owner of a flabby-yet-lovable dog named Graham.
Posted on October 23, 2011, in Writers, Writers Groups, Writing Seminars and Conferences and tagged bedford texas, chuck sambuchino, Marketing Your Writing, sharon k owen, sharonkowen, trinity writers workshop bedford texas, writers groups dallas/fort worth texas. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.