Appleton author Amanda Lauer presents her Heaven Intended series and how her first novel garnered a movie contract and what it takes to bring a book to the big screen.
Join Patricia McConnell as she talks about her newest book, The Education of Will. The book is very different from her previous ones—it’s a memoir about trauma in both people and dogs, and how a messed up, crazy puppy named Willie taught her that will power is not enough to heal you when you are broken.
Writing is a calling, a form of marriage, not a job. The calling lasts until death do us part.
History is not there to find; it is there to create.
Today, I’m going to share the three things that have helped me to enjoy my ride and can, in turn, help you enjoy your ride even more.
Politics, art, literature, not to mention racism, orientalism, and nationalism – a potent mix in fin-de siècle Paris. Come hear how Claude Debussy, who died precisely 100 years ago, combined them all in music.
Author Brenda Felber’s visually engaging presentation takes tween readers along on her journey of writing the middle-grade Pameroy Mystery Series and becoming an Authorpreneur.
Strasburg will moderate a discussion/workshop on being a YA Author. Topics like rewriting your book, balancing home, work and writing, finding a publisher, finding an editor, finding your voice, and a successful book launch will be discussed at this roundtable.