MTCW One-Day Conference 8-25-10

The primary purpose of Serendipitee Blog is to encourage writers at all stages of the writing journey. If you are serious about your craft and are driven to do what it takes to ready yourself and your book for publishing, then you shouldn’t miss this conference.

Middle Tennessee Christian Writers Conference

Saturday, August 25, 2010

8:30 a.m. until 5:30 p.m.

Bellevue Baptist Church

Nashville, Tennessee

What is the cost?

The conference fee is $35.

When is the last day to register?

The last day is August 25. Registration fees are fully refundable until that day. Register early! Attendees are limited to 75!

What does the registration fee include?

Registration includes lunch, snacks and beverages in addition to the workshops.

Where can interested persons go for more information?

You may send an email to the following address: <MTCWgroup@gmail.com>. Look for additional information on the website: http://mtcw.wordpress.com/2010-mini-conference/.

What do the workshop sessions include?

Participants can expect to learn more about the following elements of publishing:

  • How to win an editor’s heart and signature on a contract
  • The relationship between author and agent
  • How to write a professional proposal
  • How to work with the publisher in marketing your book
  • How to write a synopsis

Who are the featured workshop leaders?

MTCW president Kaye Dacus, along with author/editor Ramona Richards, Wheelhouse Literary Group founder/agent Jonathan Clements, Sheaf House author/publisher Joan Shoape, author/President of Glass Road Public Relations Rebeca Seitz, will conduct the five workshops.

Hope to see you there!

Please leave a comment if you plan to attend. I want to be sure to say hello!

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