Here’s a glimpse into Laura Sassi’s Picture Book Master Class is next month. … More Let’s Explore Picture Books by Laura Sassi
Now that we’re ready to dig into our various writing projects and (gulp!) even think about submitting a few…we face a common enemy: Fear of Rejection. To encourage your hearts, our faculty shared some of their rejection stories. Now you can say to yourself, “If they were rejected and look how far they’ve come… I … More What About Rejections? Part I
For the last two Thursdays, we’ve been hearing what our team and attendees are looking forward to at the 2019 Conference. Today we hear from some of our faculty. For more information about each one of these workshop leaders, please consult our Faculty page. Tessa Emily Hall, Author and Associate Agent Hartline Literary Agency Since … More Part III- What is Our Faculty Looking Forward To?
Here’s a sneak peek at conference presenters with descriptions in their own words. We’ll be posting a teaser page each Monday. You still have time to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount. Visit: https://write2ignite.com/registration-2019/ Kim Peterson – Deepen Your Middle Grade & Young Adult Novels In this hands-on workshop, explore how to make … More Decisions, Decisions
Here’s a sneak peek at conference presenters with descriptions in their own words. We’ll be posting a teaser page each Monday. You still have time to take advantage of the Early Bird Discount. Visit: https://write2ignite.com/registration-2019/ Tony Snipes – 5 MORE Things I Learned in Corporate America What do you and CBS have in common? You … More Finally Friday AND TWO GIVEAWAYS!
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 … More Sneak Peek: Carol Baldwin’s Presentations for W2I 2018
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 … More Sneak Peek: Samantha Bell’s Presentation for W2I 2018
Hello, everyone! This year’s Write2Ignite conference is coming up fast. As one of the presenters at the conference, I’ll be leading two workshops: “Children’s Book Categories” and “Writing from Childhood Memories.” Let me tell you about them. “Children’s Book Categories” Foundational to writing successfully for children is a clear knowledge of children’s literature, including knowledge … More Sneak Peek: Jean Matthew Hall’s Presentations for W2I 2018
As a child, I penned a collection of Christmas poems. Little booklets of the poems became gifts tucked under Christmas trees. I loved creative writing and often wrote stories that I never finished, but I could always finish a poem. (Just don’t ask to see one of those early Christmas pieces!) Puzzles have always intrigued … More Sneak Peek: Brenda Covert’s Presentation for W2I 2018
Hi, there. Vicki Moss—contributing editor of Southern Writers Magazine and author—here. Looks like we’re fast approaching September and the Write2Ignite conference, and as usual, I can’t wait to cross the South Carolina line. This year, I’ll be teaching two classes: “The Journey towards Finding Your Writing Voice” and “Connecting the Dots.” Believe it or not, … More Sneak Peek: Dot by Dot