Author, Artist and Public Speaker Paul Mosier will share his “Path to Publishing Success” at the Phoenix Author and Writer Workshop Saturday, April 2nd.
The Phoenix Author and Writer Workshop, presented by Vesuvius Press has four publishing professionals on board to talk about writing, publishing and promotion. Each will share their expertise during hour-long presentations.
The six-hour program offers an optional boxed lunch, delivered at the beginning of the 45 minute lunch break. Having lunch delivered on site gives attendees time to eat, stretch out and meet other authors. Eating on site will also give attendees the opportunity to talk with the presenters.
Phoenix Author and Writer Workshop Speakers and Topics
Saturday, April 2, 2016 9:00am – 3:00pm
27 Steps from Book Idea to Published Ann Videan – Book Shepherd and founder vIDEAn Unlimited, LLC, Ann will share the first segment of her four-part series for writers new to the idea of writing a book, or authors who aren’t sure how to get a written book out there. www.ANVidean.com
What Makes A Critique Group Rock Published poet and author Cameron Milkins creates communities. As co-manager of the largest writer’s critique group on MeetUp.com with over 2,000 members, Cameron shares the important role support groups play in the process of writing and an authors potential career.
Social Media For Authors: How to Use Facebook and Twitter. Social Media Professional and Published Author BC Brown will teach authors how to use social media for effective audience building. www.BCBrownBooks.com
PAUL MOSIER Author of postmodern and contemporary novels, his first traditionally published novel will be released by Harper Collins Jan 2017. www.NovelistPaulMosier.com A native of Phoenix, Paul Mosier decided at a late age that writing stories would be a convenient way to forgive himself for not being able to make a good living. This has been jeopardized by the acquisition of his fourth novel by Harper Collins as part of a two book deal. The middle-grade “Train I Ride” will appeal everywhere on January 10, 2017, and an even more depressing novel will come a year after that. Prior to this development Paul was perfectly content writing novels which featured chimps, nervous tics, unhealthy behaviors, psychological inadequacies, and schmaltzy endings. He is married to a mermaid and has two daughters who are almost too charming to be real. He owes it all to the Central Phoenix Writer’s Workshop.
Social Media On The Fly – The Number One answer received from a recent poll asking What Do Authors Want To Know was How To Use Social Media. Over the course of the day, attendees will learn how to create posts, use hashtags “#” and tags “@” and interact during this group sharing event. #PAWWVCC
DATE: Saturday April 2, 2016
TIME: 9:00 am to 3:00pm
PLACE: Vesuvius Press Conference Center
4806 South 40th Street,
Phoenix, AZ 85040
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