Friday 4:00 pm

Friday, June 19, from 4:00-5:00 p.m.

Book Proposal Basics

Instructor: Cherrilynn Bisbano
Track: Business

There are many different types of book proposals, and each kind has different components. In this course you’ll discover the difference between a fiction, non-fiction, and children’s book proposal. You’ll leave with tools to help you perfect your proposal.

Click here for the handout for this course.

So You Want to Be a Devotional Writer

Instructor: Carlton Hughes
Track: Nonfiction

So you want to be a devotional writer? Carlton Hughes did not, yet he has he been featured in four compilations and co-written a devotional gift book. How did that happen? Find out in this interactive workshop, featuring tips for writing devotional pieces and insight into getting them published.

Download a handout for this workshop.

Download Fatherhood One-Sheet

Download Fatherhood Excel Spreadsheet

Picking the Write Fight:
Writing Powerful Fight Scenes

Instructor: Crystal Caudill
Track: Fiction

Many readers skim over or skip through fight scenes when they come across them in stories. Why? Because they are boring and readers can skip them without missing anything important to the story. In Picking the Write Fight you’ll learn the two purposes of a fight scene, what to include and exclude, and technical writing tips. By the end of the workshop you will have the tools needed to write fight scenes which grab your reader by the collar and won’t let go.

Click below to download Crystal’s handouts.

Fight Scene Checklist

Class Outline with Blanks

Click here to download the text file of the chat.

Ghostwriting, Work-for-Hire & Other Not-so-Scary Writerly Things

Instructor: Tama Fortner
Track: Business

Best-selling author Tama Fortner will discuss two lesser-known facets of the publishing industry: ghostwriting and work-for-hire. You’ll learn what these kinds of writing entail, the pros and cons of each, as well tips for how to make them work for you.