Writers of Warrensburg

Writers of Warrensburg plan an all-day workshop.

WARRENSBURG — Writers of Warrensburg has scheduled its fourth annual Workshop for Writers for Saturday, June 8.

This is an opportunity for writers of all skill levels working in a variety of genres to spend the day in four interactive writing craft and marketing workshops with knowledgeable and published industry professionals, and for each participant to have an opportunity for work to be reviewed by a multiple authors.

This year’s topics include “Putting Tension in Your Manuscript and Not in Your Shoulders,” presented by New York Times bestselling author Carla Cassidy who has traditionally published over 150 books; author E. E. Burke’s novella has been a Kindle Top 100 Bestseller and Kindle Best Book semifinalist and she will demonstrate “How to Weave Emotion into Your Manuscript to Build Interesting Characters;” Local author, Stan C. Smith, will share his knowledge and technical expertise on “How to Build Author Websites and Email Lists to Turn Readers into Fans;” Authors and publishers — and UCM graduates — Isaac and Stephanie Flint, use their considerable shared knowledge to present their “Tips to Make You an Excellent Self-Editor;” and as a bonus, Jason Mueschke, host of the popular podcast, “The Sample Chapter Podcast,” will demonstrate the benefits of this social media platform.

The cost is $35.

The workshop takes place from 9 a.m. to 3:45 p.m. at Cena’s Nook Bed and Breakfast, 110 E. Hale Lake Road, with a multi-author book signing to follow from 4 to 6 p.m. at Reader’s World, 503 N. Maguire St.

Contact Goldie Edwards, WoW administrator, at (660) 362-0014 or at goldiee@mindspring.com for more information.

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