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Panelists, Deborah Doucette, Barbara Struna, and Leslie Wheeler, will discuss how as women mystery authors they are revolutionizing the genre by creating strong women characters.
Authors, Deborah Doucette, Barbara Struna, and Leslie Wheeler will discuss how women mystery authors are redefining the genre, and how in their own books, they create strong women characters.
Tips to successfully indie publish (publish outside traditional channels) & market stories. For anyone working on a manuscript; who has a short story, novella, or novel not selling through traditional channels; or whose backlist rights have reverted.
Panelists, Charlene D‘Avanzo, Susan Fleet, and Kate Flora, will discuss how they put new twists on old plots, research facts and settings, and discover potential stories right in their own neighborhood.
Authors, Linda Matchett and Ursula Wong, will discuss how they combine personal experiences and events ripped from the headlines to create compelling mysteries.
Jeannette de Beauvoir, Kate Flora, and Kevin Symmons will discuss how they combine personal experiences and events ripped from the headlines to create compelling mysteries.
Authors,Judy Copek,Coralie Jensen,and Barbara Struna will talk about how they use the techniques of the historical mystery to look at their readers‘ history and their own.
Panelists, Susan Oleksiw, Amy Ray, and Robin Hazard Ray, will discuss the different choices they made in bringing their books to life and getting them into the hands of readers.
In this fun, fast-paced, interactive workshop, authors,Charlene D‘Avanzo, Toni L.P. Kelner, Connie Johnson Hambley, and Dale Phillips, will create plots using information supplied by the audience.
Authors,Linda Shenton Matchett, Edith Maxwell, Maureen Milliken, and Leslie Wheeler will discuss how they put new twists on old plots,research facts and settings, and discover potential stories right in their own neighborhood.
Authors, Lisa Lieberman, Sharon Healy-Yang, Amy Ray, and Ursula Wong will discuss how they decided on their unique publication path--whether to get an agent and a large press offer, or to go with a small press or to self-publish.