Wednesday, 29 July 2009
The Muse on Writing
By Lea Schizas
from Lea Schizas:
Our Online Writers Conference is aimed to offer you, the writer, whatever resource we can to give you the opportunity to enhance and better your craft, to offer the opportunity to make some contacts to get you to that next level all writers seek and that is to be published.
My vision for organizing this Online Writers Conference as an annual affair is to bring the writing world a bit closer for you. I understand many writers out there do not have the monetary resources to attend outside conferences, or perhaps they are situated very far and even some may be incapacitated in some ways making it difficult for them to travel. Within the world of the Internet, everything is possible and with this in mind I offer you this chance to come out, have a chat with our Presenters, ask them questions and even attend a few of our FREE workshops to be held throughout the week.
Registration for the 2009 Conference
is quickly coming to an end.
Please make sure to place your membership in INDIVIDUAL EMAIL MODE when you register.
This is a no-email exchange group
DEADLINE: AUGUST 1, 2009.
Don't be disappointed. Register NOW!The all week forum will consist of individual workshop rooms for each of the Presenters courses.
Here are just a few of the workshops being offered:12 Stages of the Writer's Adventure with Beth Barany
Adding Suspense with JD Webb and Pepper Smith
Building Blocks of Fiction Writing: Characterization and Plotting with Tambra Kendall
How to Write Power Sentences with June Diehl
Monsters and Mayhem with Christina Barber
Pet Writing for the Beginner with Carolynn Ettinger
"Pick Your Poison" with Joyce Anthony
"So, you want to be a Freelance Writer" with Bob Medak
“True Lies - Writing Covert Training and Missions for Fiction Writers”, D.S. Kane
"World Building in Science Fiction and Fantasy," with Christine Amsden
Write as Tight as Granny's New Girdle with Margot Finke
Writing Love Scenes That Sizzle with Tambra Kendall
Writing with Impact with Dr. Bob Rich
WRITING RESOURCES 101 by Mary Andrews
(click here to learn more)