Sunday, August 16, 2009

A Preview of the PSWA Conference

Suspense and mystery writer Simon Wood is going to be one of our keynote speakers.
He's going to talk about "Creating Suspense".

OTP author Michael Orenduff and his wife are going to give a presentation on "A Good Cover is Worth a Thousand Words."

Another OTP author, Sunny Frazier, is going to talk about "What is Too Much Sex?" That should be an attention-getter, right?

Michael A. Black is going to instruct us on "Developing a Plot in One Hour."

We are fortunate in having Joyce Spizer Foy return to talk about "Is Your Hero too Good and Your Villain Too Bad."

We've got some dandy ideas for panels for other authors to participate in.

So save the dates June 17 through 20 for the PSWA Conference in Las Vegas. Don't have the exact details about the hotel as yet, but all the information will be up on the website sometime this week.



BillieJohn said...

Wow... this is shaping up early! Can I be a timekeeper again...I loved that job, and I thought I showed flair, too!


F. M. Meredith, author said...

Of course you can be a time-keeper again.

Last year the early-bird sign up was over on Sept. 30th, this year we're extending it to October 31.

Hope we get more people than last.


Mike Orenduff said...

Great job, Marilyn.