Tuesday, May 10, 2016

Writers Alliance panel this Sunday

I'll be speaking at the Writers Alliance of Gainesville Meeting this Sunday. Since I'm a "pantser" more than an outliner, could be exciting. And we'll have books for sale!
Outlining the Novel or Book You Want to Write
Three local published authors—Darlene Marshall, Wendy Thornton, and Larry Brasington—will discuss their outlining and writing styles.  
                                                                                                                                          Darlene Marshall writes award winning stories of romance and adventure. The Pirate’s Secret Baby won the Award of Excellence from Colorado Romance Writers and the Readers’ Choice Award from New England Chapter of Romance Writers of America (RWA). Castaway Dreams won the Aspen Gold Reader’s Choice Award, and Florida-set The Bride and The Buccaneer received the First Coast Romance Writers Beacon Award for best historical.
http://writersalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Wendyprofilepicture-business391x400-ok.jpgWendy Thornton is a freelance writer and editor who has been published in RiverteethEpiphanyMacGuffin and many other literary journals and books. Her memoir, Dear Oprah Or How I Beat Cancer and Learned to Love Daytime TV, was published in July 2013 and is available on Amazon and Kindle. Her mystery, Bear-Trapped: In a Trashy Hollywood Novel, was published in February 2015 and is available on Amazon and Kindle.
http://writersalliance.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/03/Larryfromemailimage004-ok.jpgLarry Brasington likes to write stories with lots of action and strong story lines. He most enjoys his Shane Ireland, Elf Detective series set in a world in which a quarter of the human race has mutated. He first published stories in 1972: “Temple in the Swamp” and “The Valley,” an H. P. Lovecraft-like tale. Many of his short stories have been featured inwww.powdermonkey.biz, an online magazine for gamers. His latest book is Saving Sonyaa fantasy novel. 
A book signing will follow the program. For more information, visit the WAG website.
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