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May 13, 14 & 15 2016 in Wenatchee
Nine workshops, special manuscript review sessions, and an afternoon of breakouts providing close interactions with presenters and fellow writers. Featured master class teacher: Bob Dugoni.More About the Conference »
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We are a year-round organization offering diverse opportunities for Washington writers to network, socialize, hone their craft and stoke their fire. Discover all that Write on the River has to offer. .Get More Info »
Special Workshops Year-Round
On September 26th, join author and editor Ray Rhamey and learn the Keys to Killer Storytelling! The morning will be casual, with three 50-minute workshops: The Key to Creating a Page Turner, Experiential Description, and Dynamic Dialogue. Click below for more info!See All Writing Events »
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Becoming a Write on the River Member brings with it a number of great benefits. Reduced Conference admission, special Members-Only events, discounts at local retailers, and more. Plug into the community and become a Member today.More about Memberships »
Welcome to the Industry Roundup, your weekly recap of vital writing and publishing news from around the web. The State of a Genre Title, 2015 by John Scalzi John Scalzi shares his hardcover, ebook and audio sales of Redshirts over the past eighteen month period and offers up advice based on his sales history. Let’s Talk John Scalzi’s numbers by Rachel Aaron A blog post that takes John Scalzi’s article, including his numbers and breaks them down point by point. Is “Out of Print” running Out of Time? By Futurebook Are publishers crafting out of print clauses that allow them to hold author’s copyrights forever? Business Musings: What Traditional Publishing Says It Does Best by Kristine Kathryn Rusch A look at the changing landscape of publishing and the freedom authors now enjoy. The Rise of Phone Reading by the Wall Street Journal Many industry professionals believeConference News. Posted on August 17, 2015.
Whether you’re a writer of fiction or memoir, the ability to tell a compelling story that connects with your readers is everything. Join popular speaker, author and editor Ray Rhamey for this essential Write On The River Workshop. “Keys to Killer Storytelling“, A Write On The River Workshop Featuring Author and Editor Ray Rhamey Saturday, Sept 26th, 9am – 12noon Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchi Hall, Room #2106 What to expect? The morning will be casual and fun, with three 50-minute sessions: Part 1: The Key to Creating a Page-turner You’ll examine the single most important element for driving a compelling narrative and how it operates to create tension in the story . . . and the reader. Ray takes you through the elements you can use to craft a first page that readers want to turn, including a look at opening in media res. Part 2: Experiential Description Experiential descriptionUpcoming Events. Posted on August 16, 2015.
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Keys to Killer Storytelling! Join popular author and editor, Ray Rhamey, for this essential Write on the River workshop! The morning will be casual and fun, with three 50-minute sessions: The Key to Creating a Page Turner, Experiential Description, and Dynamic Dialogue. for members, for non-members. Join us Saturday, September 26th from 9am to Noon, Wenatchee Valley College, Wenatchi Hall, Room #2106. Click to register!Conference News. Posted on August 12, 2015.
Welcome to the Industry Roundup, your weekly recap of vital writing and publishing news from around the web. Price wars and Victims by Kristine Katherine Rusch An interesting look into the current price wars between The Big Five Publishing Houses and Amazon. New Writers and “Doing Everything Right.” By Kristen Painter A thoughtful post by Kristen Painter on the steps new authors should take. Doing Everything Right Part 2: Self-Publishing by Kristen Painter A down to earth look at self-publishing The Publishing World is Changing … By Mike Shatzkin A look at the publishing industry after the return to agency pricing with eBooks. The Firestorm Surrounding Harper Lee’s Go Set a Watchman by William Giralda The publication of the first draft of Harper Lee’s To Kill a Mockingbird, originally titled Go Set a Watchman, has unleashed a storm of controversy concerning whether the authorUncategorized. Posted on August 10, 2015.