Write2Ignite Conference Publishes “Too Big for a Band-Aid”

Devos for times when it hurts

  a service project of Write2Ignite Conference  devotional book with covers In September 2017, the Write2Ignite Team was meeting to plan the 2018 Conference and explore other possible programs. Hurricanes Harvey and Irma, shortly followed by Maria, were fresh on everyone’s minds. The subject of a service project came up, and we wondered, what can we do? […]

Helpful Information for Individual Appointments Signup for W2I September 21–22

Please take a look at the information below. Announcements will display on the overhead screen before and after keynote addresses in the Hayes Ministry Center.

We’re excited to unveil our online signup sheets for the 15-minute appointments!

Attendees may sign up, and participating publishers, editors, and agents may check their schedules, by copying and pasting this URL into a search engine:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1eo18M4WHiosfZqxK1KXtELnAYy4ENqUiuCGjBGX5KsQ/edit?ts=5b9efdf3

 W2I Appointments

Author, Editor or Agent Appointments Carol Baldwin Wanda Barbella Samantha Bell Daniel Blackaby Session A 8:15am Not Available Not Available 8:30am 8:45am Session B 10:30am Not Available Not Available 10:45am 11:00am Session C 12…

docs.google.com

Conference attendees: To sign up for an appointment, simply scroll down until you see the (1–2) names of people you want to consult. (If you don’t have a way to do that, we’ll have a manned laptop nearby to help you.) Then check the available times, and type your name into an open space. Be sure to show up at the right time!

If editors, presenters, or agents you prefer don’t have any time available, you can still speak to them at the informal reception after Friday evening’s keynote address or visit with them during meal times. (The reception begins at 8:45 pm in the Hayes Ministry Center.) So don’t be shy!

~Brenda Covert, Critique Coordinator

 

Enjoy a sneak peek of Tony Snipes‘s presentation for Write2Ignite 2018: “5 Things I Learned in Corporate America That Can Jumpstart Your Writing Business in under 24 Hours.”

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Tony Snipes started out as an entrepreneurial artist and has grown with the times to become a digital strategist, focusing on marketing and small business. He spent most of his career in the news media industry, blending his Internet marketing and sales experience with his passion for the arts and entrepreneurship.

Tony now devotes his time to illustrating, writing, consulting, and speaking, using his blog, Art Lessons from God, and his new platform for Creatives, “Your Creative Mission.” This platform serves two purposes: to help creative people answer three questions—Who am I? Why am I here? and What should I be doing?—and to help them discover connections between their creative gifts and God’s calling on their creative endeavors. He markets his illustrations through the Facebook page “Portsmouth Aeroshipbuilding Co.” In addition, he has developed Art Slam! Live exhibitions, which are held throughout the Upstate of South Carolina.

Tony is happily married to his wife, Monica, and is the father of three beautiful and talented daughters: Azsa, Anisa, and Moriah.

 

Testimonials about Write2Ignite

The 2018 Write2Ignite conference is coming up fast! Are you still on the fence about attending? Here are some testimonials about Write2Ignite from previous attendees. “I Love Write2Ignite”: Author Terri B. Kelly Author Terri B. Kelly thinks that “everyone” should attend the conference! Click here to view her testimonial about Write2Ignite. “Fantastic”: Attendee of the 2017 […]

Sneak Peek: Carol Baldwin’s Presentations for W2I 2018

by Carol Baldwin

Ready for Write2Ignite 2018? I’ll be leading three workshops at the conference: “Strangers in a Strange Land,” “Fiction Writing” (Teen Track), and “Writing Historical Fiction.” Let me describe them for you! “Strangers in a Strange Land” In Exodus 2:22, Moses names his son Gershom because Moses was a stranger in a strange land. Christian writers, in some […]

Sneak Peek: Samantha Bell’s Presentation for W2I 2018

by Samantha Bell

You’ve finished your picture book manuscript. You’ve read it over and over again, and you’ve revised it several times. The children in your life love it. You’ve even had a writing friend or two critique it for you. Finally, it’s ready to submit . . . or is it? In my workshop “Polishing Your Picture […]