One-Day Writer’s Conference hosted by Lexington Word Weavers!

Lexington Word Weavers (LWW) is a local (Lexington, South Carolina) chapter of Word Weavers International, a Christian writers’ development and critique organization that offers the annual Florida Christian Writers Conference and helps members in various locales to set up their own local critique groups using the WW model and structure.

The LWW chapter, led by Jean Wilund, periodically offers one-day conferences or seminars on specific topics such as blogging and social media, fiction and nonfiction writing, editors’ tips, writing and submitting devotionals, and developing as a writer. Having attended a program offered in January of 2017, I can attest to the warm welcome this group provides as well as the attention to detail and professional quality of its programming.

The next planned conference will feature author Mike Dellosso as speaker, September 16, 2017, at:

Riverbend Community Church

1015 Corley Mill Rd
Lexington, SC 29072

Dellosso is known for his eight novels as well as nonfiction books and various magazine articles. While he describes himself modestly as “not a very interesting person,” his stories of suspense have won acclaim from fans and professional reviewers. He unashamedly identifies himself as a follower of Christ and work in progress. See more about Dellosso, including his blog on writing, faith, and being a cancer survivor, here.

For more information on LWW or this one-day conference, see the event pages at http://lexingtonwordweavers.com/sign-up-today-for-our-next-one-day-event-mike-dellosso-writers-conference or  http://www.eventdaddy.net/lexington/word-weavers-1-day-writers-conference or visit the group’s website.

 

Date: September 16, 2017
Event: One-Day Writer's Conference with Mike Dellosso
Sponsor: Lexington Word Weavers
Venue: Riverbend Community Church
(803) 356-8596
Location: 1015 Corley Mill Road
Lexington, SC 29072
USA
Public: Public
Registration: Click here to register.
More Info: Click here for more information.

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