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One of the fun things I get to do every year is give in-person workshops on Scrivener to writing groups and at conferences. I don’t have many booked yet for 2016 because we’re moving from Boston to Sacramento this summer, but this weekend I’ll be at the Liberty States Fiction Writers Create Something Magical Conference in Iselin, NJ to present two Scrivener workshops.

If you’re in the area, the book fair/signing on Saturday from 4-6pm at the Renaissance Woodbridge Hotel in Iselin is open to the public. I’ll have copies of Scrivener For Dummies, Blind Fury, and Blind Ambition on hand, and there’ll be lots of other great authors too. I’d love to see you there!

Also, if you’re a fan of podcasts, I was recently a guest on the Writing Renegade podcast hosted by Carl Plumer. I talked. He talked. We both talked at the same time. 😉 It was fun. We discussed Scrivener, writing romance, a bit about self-publishing, and book covers. And it’s not too long. Just shy of 30 minutes. Check it out if you get a chance.

By the way, if your group or conference would like a Scrivener workshop, either live or via video, please contact me.

Have a fun St. Patrick’s Day tomorrow and a fabulous weekend!

4 Comments

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    Hi Gwen – I live a couple of hours north of Sacramento and have a son who lives there. Are you looking forward to moving to the west coast? We did have a rainy winter, so at least the drought is a bit better 🙂

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      Hi, Dave! I can’t wait to get back to the west. It’s been great living all over the country, but I’ve always wanted to “retire” to California. Eventually we’ll try to work our way closer to the beach, but I’m looking forward to warmer winters and living in another new-to-me city. 😀 So glad you’re getting some much-needed rain!

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