The speaker is multi-talented writer, publisher and speaker Debra Dixon www.debradixon.com. Author of Goal, Motivation and Conflict: The Building Blocks of Good Fiction, a must have for any fiction writer, Ms. Dixon will present a roll-up-your-sleeves, dig-in-deep workshop including elements for plot and character development that will take your writing to a new level.
If any writer here is interested in coming to this, here is the prices at the door:
Romance Writers of
The schedule for the day will be:
9:00 am – Registration/Check-In (In auditorium lobby)
All pre-registered attendees will receive a pre-printed name sticker, a notebook, and a program.
9:30 am – Opening remarks (Auditorium)
10:00 am – Deb Dixon GMC Workshop begins (Auditorium)
10:00 am – Editor/Agent appointments begin (You will be directed to the appropriate room upon arrival)
Noon – 90 minute break for lunch (All attendees are on their own for lunch. There are several restaurants with a wide variety of offerings within two miles of the facility)
1:30 pm – Workshop resumes
2:00 pm – Editor/Agent appointments resume
4:00 pm – Workshop ends/gift basket raffle drawing
Things you need to know:
There will be no breakfast or coffee served at the library. It is suggested to stop on the way in. There will be water available for all attendees throughout the day.
There will be a gift basket raffle held at the end of the day. I got some books signed by the authors and other nifty gifts in the mail and swill be bringing them in that morning. I will have a gift basket for giveaway too, with copy of Shifting Desires by my pseudonym, and two other Phaze Books authors, plus a signed copy of Haunted Richmond too. Tickets will be on sale throughout the event. Please have cash on hand if you wish to purchase raffle tickets. Drawing will be held directly after the close of the workshop.Anyway, I am now winding down, checking my email, and when hubby gets home, pack all things in the car, so I can just get up in the morning early and take off. So no blog, other than this. I have been busy this week working on photo inserts and captions into the finished manuscript for the next Schiffer book as that has to be sent to them. And I wrote a 7540 word speculative fiction short story for Under the Moon, submitted it, and it was accepted for their next Evil Overlords issue.
One last piece of good news. My son, Chris, passed the National Guard test, now we're waiting for a waiver for his bad hearing in one ear. So, everyone pray this gets done and comes back quickly to the recruiter. My son will have a job, with training for something he has never done before-mechanics, and be stationed here in Chester, Virginia when he is done with boot and schooling.
Got to go now--bought a French Silk chocolate pie with whipped cream topping from Ukrops Supermarket to celebrate with him for passing it.