A few months ago, my buddy Dee Adams contacted me about conducting a session for the 30th Annual Western Reserve Writers Conference and Workshop. Of course I accepted and will be offering up Revealed: Secrets of the Writing Life on Saturday, September 29 at 11:15 a.m.
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What that translates to is an hour of wall-to-wall stuff no one tells you about the writing life--unless you're a graduate from the school of hard knocks. And although I didn't major in creative writing or journalism, I'm a regular valedictorian from that institution.
Here's proof: yours truly back in 2007:
No, I will not be swearing like I did in that vid, but I will be talking about how you make it to the other side of all that rejection. After all, there are reasons why I'm still hammering away at the keyboard and other writers are not, particularly after the recession. And if you don't want to listen to me, there are plenty of other established writers in the lineup, with three sessions to choose from in each time slot.
So pop over here and take a look or send the info to a writer you know who might be interested in spending a Saturday rolling around the craft with a bunch of other writers.
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