So, if you’re following this blog, I figure not only do you enjoy a story or two, but you’ve got a few stories of your own! Do you want to reach thousands—maybe even millions—with your message for Christ?
Join me and the Oregon Christian Writers for a one-day conference at Chemeketa Community College in Salem on Saturday February 27, 2016 at 8:30 am—4:30 pm. I’ll be presenting a workshop about how to get published in periodicals, and a system to keep track of submissions and published works.
Please invite anyone you know who’d like to learn more. There are several other quality workshops happening that day, too. (See below.) Here’s the OCW website blurb about my workshop:
Managing Success with Periodicals. How do you get your articles into the hands of readers and keep track of your submissions? Learn how to map out a process for generating and tracking your devotionals, articles, stories, and activities in a variety of publications. Track reprint rights and earn more income from your writing. Explore Lynn’s original system for writing clear, targeted pieces so you can submit, resubmit, and reach readers with your Christ-centered message.
Lynn Hare is an award-winning freelance writer, certified teacher, poet, and member of OCW’s prayer team. A member of OCW for five years, she has published numerous devotionals and articles. An amateur songwriter and photographer, Lynn lives in Portland and has been married to Tim for 35 years. She has two sons, a daughter and one grandson. She has been published in The Upper Room, The Secret Place, Christian Communicator, LIVE, Pathways to God, Now What?, Purpose, and The Christian Journal. Visit her website at www.lynnhare.com.
Keynoter: Robin Lee Hatcher. Robin has more than 75 novels and novellas—more than five million in print—in numerous languages and published around the world. As a novelist who has spent 15 years in the mainstream romance market before focusing on Christian fiction, Robin knows the industry inside and out and she knows about the difference that Christian faith makes in writing novels.
Staying Organized Amidst the Chaos, by Robin Lee Hatcher
Managing Success with Periodicals, by Lynn Hare
Staying Spiritually Focused amid the Emotional Distractions of the Writing World, by John Avery
Writing Real: Creating Characters Who Walk Off the Page and into Your Hearts, by April McGowan
Serving Your Readers Through Social Media, by Danika Cooley
Self-Editing 101, by Sue Miholer
Beyond Impossible: A Tale of Perseverance, by Camille Eide