Monday, January 4, 2010

Speakers at the PSWA Conference

Any of you serious about writing mysteries, we have such a terrific line-up of speakers at the PSWA Conference, I do hope you will be taking advantage of this opportunity to come.

The keynote speaker is the very prolific and popular, mystery, horror, thriller, short story and article writer, Simon Wood who is going to be talking about putting suspense into our mysteries.

Michael A. Black, police officer for 30 years, and published mystery author will be explaining how to plot your novel in an hour.

Joyce Spizer Foy is going to tell us how to put sizzle in your screen play.

OTP's own Michael Orenduff and his wife Lai are going to show and tell us what makes a good cover.

Kregg Jorgenson, who has a long time history in all sorts of long enforcement fields is going to tell how to target articles for specific magazines.

Steve Scarborough is going to tell us about detectives then and now--but if you have some forensic questions, he's the guy to ask.

Morgan St. James will explain about POV--something that is difficult for many of us.

And of course, OTP and our own promo expert, Sunny Frazier is going to talk about how much sex is too much.

And that's not all! So don't miss out. March 31 is when the last lowest registration fee will be good--and it's the last chance to be put on a panel.

Plus--our own Billie Johnson will be there, plus two other small press publishers.


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