Sunday, January 12, 2014

Writing for the Soul Conference - Best Writers Conference for Christian Authors

Writing for the Soul Conference

February 13-16, 2014
The Broadmoor Hotel
Colorado Springs CO

 
 
A New Kind of Conference for a New Era in Publishing
The publishing world has changed, so it’s time for a new kind of writers conference. I’m pleased to announce a new format for Writing for the Soul.
We’ve tightened the focus. We’ll concentrate on classes for people writing books. You’ll benefit from deeper courses on crafting powerful fiction and nonfiction.
I’ve also invited experts in platform building who will guide you in promoting yourself and your books. You’ll learn not only about effective speaking and interviews, but also about using the latest techniques with blogs, websites, and social media.
Come prepared to learn. We’ll pack Friday and Saturday with six class times each day. Each hour you’ll have a choice of six courses in four professional tracks-totaling more than 70 individual sessions—taught by an all-star faculty.
Teaching faculty includes:
  • James Scott Bell (fiction)
  • Laura Christianson (promotion & marketing)
  • Brandilyn Collins (fiction)
  • Dennis E. Hensley (nonfiction, craft & career)
  • Bob Hostetler (nonfiction, craft & career)
  • Angela Hunt (fiction)
  • Julie-Allyson Ieron (nonfiction, craft & career, promotion & marketing)
  • Randy Ingermanson (fiction, promotion & marketing)
  • Julie Neils (promotion & marketing)
  • Karen O’Connor (nonfiction, craft & career)
  • Andy Scheer (craft & career)
  • Dave Sheets (promotion & marketing)
  • McNair Wilson (promotion & marketing)


Renew your creativity as your learn new techniques, pursue your dreams, and network with other writers—from beginners to pros.



Come to Writing for the Soul at The Broadmoor! Supercharge your career and spend time with like-minded people. For fresh inspiration and the best writing instruction available, register online or call toll free at 866.495.5177.



 

1 comment:

  1. It will be interesting. I've been to one quite some time ago; usually the big deal at these conferences is to be able to meet the people we pitch to face to face.

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