REGISTRATION FOR SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WRITERS’ CONFERENCE STILL OPEN

Registration for the Southern California Writers’ Conference remains open until February 9th. Hurry up to grab your seat at one of the most prestigious literary events in the US.

Founded and run by professional writers the SCWC provides veteran and emerging talent with authoritative guidance to help distinguish those manuscripts that are ready for market consideration, having facilitated well over $4 million worth of first-time authors’ book and screen deals.  With extended one-on-one evaluation of advance submissions and dozens of read & critique and practical information workshops to choose from, the SCWC is among the only conferences specifically tailored to empower writers of every level with the vital tools, networking and industry prowess needed to sell their work.

The 34th edition of the Southern California Writers’ Conference boast an extraordinary lineup of guest speakers.

ADALYN GRACE is the author of All the Stars and Teeth, her much anticipated debut novel, acquired by Macmillan in a pre-empt and expected to be one of the major YA fantasy releases of 2020.

HOLLY KAMMIER is the international best-selling author of Kingston Court and Choosing Hope. Of her latest, Lost Girl, a cross-over title with overlapping characters and locations from the first two books, New York Times bestseller Caroline Mitchell raves,“[A] compulsive thrill-ride that reads as if it’s been pulled straight from the headlines. Kammier’s journalism background brings undeniable authenticity to a novel that has it all–a love story, a murder mystery, and a real-life introduction into the distinctive world of television news.”

NATHAN MAKARYK is the author of Nottingham (Forge Books), his debut novel. A daring re-imagining of the Robin Hood legend, giving voice to those history never mentioned and challenging who’s really a hero and a villain, Game of Thrones co-executive producer and writer Bryan Cogman calls the epic saga, “The most pleasurable reading experience I’ve had since first discovering George R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire.”

TORI ELDRIDGE is the author of The Ninja Daughter, her debut novel and first book in the Lily Wong series. Inspired by her short story featured in Suspense Magazine’s Best of 2014, of it New York Times bestselling author Jonathan Maberry (Rage) concludes, “Action-packed, devious, and with a lead character you’ll truly care about. This debut kicks ten kinds of ass—highly recommended!”

The event also features some of the top experts in the publishing and self-publishing industry. They will cover the crucial aspects of book writing and marketing.

Southern California Writers’ Conference takes place in San Diego, February 14-16, 2020. For more details, click here.

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