March Zoom Meeting — Registration to follow
Speaker: D. L. Havlin
Topic: Open Minds — Open Books
March 20, 2021, 10:00 a.m. to noon
DL Havlin is an eclectic author whose novels, novellas, and short stories mirror his rich, varied background. He has packed three lifetimes of experiences into one brim full existence. He believes, “The one big advantage writing at an advanced age provides is that life is what you know and not what you project it might be.”
Bob McCarthy, Rick Pullen, Marty Ambrose, Carol Kennedy, Judy Loose
A panel of authors will discuss the pitfalls of publishing (the good, the bad, and the ugly).
February 20, 2021, 10:00 a.m. to noon
Bob McCarthy: All publishers are not created equal. Some homework tips before you sign a contract.
Rick Pullen: The ups and downs of the writing life. You’re on top one minute and plunge to the depths the next thanks to the vagaries of the book publishing business.
Marty Ambrose: Dodging the Pitfalls of Publishing Today:Finding an agent, Working with an editor, and Marketing a book.
Carol Kennedy: Don’t Forget Who Your Readers Are And Don’t Forget Who Will Actually Be Purchasing Your Book
Judy Loose: Lessons learned while working with an agent. Do your research before signing any contracts.