By Brenda Covert You may be wondering whether your manuscript is ready to be published. Maybe you have a nagging feeling that your story is missing something, but you don’t know what it is. Perhaps you’re going to attend a writer’s conference, and you want to make sure your writing is polished before sharing it […]
Announcing Write2Ignite Conference 2019 Faculty & Theme!
A love of reading starts early, but how do we keep older kids reading, and enjoying material with Christian worldview values? Join us for #Write2Ignite2019 to explore the theme “Witness!” The following editors, agents, and authors plan to present at Write2Ignite Conference 2019: Nancy Lohr* will deliver a keynote and workshops. Perennial favorite Kim Peterson will return, joined by the following: Edie Melson, Carol Baldwin, Vijaya Bodach, Samantha Bell, Brenda Covert*, Daniel Blackaby, Vanessa Fortenberry, Jean Matthew Hall, Lori S. Hatcher, Linda Vigen Phillips, Tony Snipes, and Todd Williams*. Editor and agent responses are still coming in. In addition to those listed above (*), we expect Tessa Emily Hall of Hartline and Kenzi Nevins (Cyle Young). Watch for additional names, keynotes and workshop titles, and schedule announcement!
2019 Registration is about to begin!
The Registration page is still under construction, so please watch for future posts on this website and on our social media (Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest). As soon as updates to forms and links are complete, we’ll send a media blast. Faculty, including keynotes, workshop presenters, editors, and agents, will be announced as they accept invitations, with the list completed by February 1, 2019, and updated as needed.
Future blog posts will feature feedback from W2I 2018 presenters, editors, agents, and attendees. If you attended and would like your comments featured, please comment on this post, on our Write2Ignite Conference Facebook page or Write2Ignite group, on Twitter, or drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org .
If you’re fairly new to the writing business or trying out a different genre, you may wonder whether you’re doing it right. Or maybe you have a story that you feel is almost—but not quite—working, and you’re not sure why. What’s a writer needing a professional opinion and guidance to do? Get a professional critique, […]