SUPER SATURDAY SEMINAR
MARCH 19, 2011
8:45 AM--OPENING IN SANCTUARY
9:30-10:45 AM--FIRST WORKSHOP:
A-101-- T.L. HIGLEY: "Stereotypes: Love ‘em and Leave ‘em." Learn to both utilize and break from personality types to create memorable fiction characters that leap off the page.10:45-11:00 AM--BREAK, Bookstore Open
A-103-- EMILY PARKE CHASE: "Pro/Con: Cool it!" Addressing hot topics with temperature-lowering grace.
11:00 AM-12:15 PM--SECOND WORKSHOP:
A-101-- ALAN LOEWEN: "Fantasy is a Christian Genre Too!"12:15-1:00 PM--LUNCH, Bag Lunch served in foyer. Bookstore open.
A-103-- TERRI GILLESPIE: "Apples of Gold—Writing for the Devotional Market."
1:00-2:15 PM--THIRD WORKSHOP:
A-101-- JEANETTE WINDLE: "The Nuts and Bolts of Plotting High-Octane Fiction." Developing a compelling story lies not only in who, what, where, and when, but how and especially why.2:15-2:30 PM--BREAK, Bookstore Open
A-103-- HANA HAATAINEN CAYE: "The Business of Writing--Ways to Make Money as a Freelance Writer."
2:30-3:45 PM--FOURTH WORKSHOP
A-101-- JOYCE MAGNIN: "Make ‘em Laugh—But not too much." Infusing fiction and nonfiction with a laugh track.3:45-4:15--FINAL BOOKSTORE CALL
A-103-- CAROL WEDEVEN: “Choosing WORDS for Kids.” Enjoy the adventure of discovering WORDS of gold which will thrill the reading child.