Aug 232017
 

Editing – What do you mean that it’s not good enough?

Liz Sally & WinnieEditing a manuscript is just as important as writing it. Come listen to two multi-published authors and a free-lance editor discuss exactly what editing means and some tips for doing it effectively. Be sure to bring a couple of pages of your current manuscript so you can apply the tips to your own work as we go and ask questions based on your unique situations.

We’ll also give a brief overview of the industry and marketing tidbits overheard at this summer’s RWA© conference.

About Our Speakers

Winnie Griggs is a multi-published, award winning author of historical, contemporary and inspirational romance fiction. She also pens a regular column on the craft of writing for the bi-monthly, regional periodical, The Minute Magazine. To learn more about Winnie and her books, visit www.winniegriggs.com .

Liz Talley is the multi-published award winning author who has found a home writing sassy contemporary romance. Her stories are set in the South where the tea is sweet, the summers are hot and the men are hotter. You can visit Liz at www.liztalleybooks.com to learn more about her upcoming books.

Sally Hamer has taught beginning and advanced creative fiction writing and screenwriting at Louisiana State University – Shreveport for over ten years. She also teaches at the Lawson Writer’s Academy and is a book coach and editor, with many of her students and critique partners becoming successful, award-winning authors.