Tag Archives: Writing Conferences

Readers make me smile!

I am a firm believer that the stories in a book are a collaborative work between the writer and the reader. As a writer I work hard to find just the right words to describe my world and bring my … Continue reading

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It’s conference time!

The Romance Writers of America’s National conference officially started today, which means that thousands of romance writers, readers, reviewers and other bookish professionals have descended on New York City to talk shop and celebrate the romance genre. I’m excited to … Continue reading

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Part of Something Bigger

I recently had the absolute pleasure of attending InD’Tale Magazine’s annual author-reader conference, InD’Scribe Con and Book Festival. This was the third year for the conference, my first. It’s held in Burbank, and I’d never been to California, so that … Continue reading

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Fall Conference Takeaways & Tips by Beth Carter

What a busy fall this has been! On the heels of my mid-August release of SLEEPING WITH ELVIS, I attended three writers’ conferences and book signings in September and October. Whew! I’m just now catching my breath. All three conferences … Continue reading

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Five Reasons to Attend Writing Conferences

I recently attended the RWA National Writing Conference in Atlanta, Georgia. Nationals is an intensive three-day conference with workshops, editor and agent pitch appointments, chat sessions with best-selling authors, publisher spotlights, book signings, luncheons and awards dinners, and that’s just … Continue reading

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