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Friday Fun: NH Manuscript Editing Conference

Happy to share this conference information with any writers who are ready to get ready to submit! -ybc

RWA_James_Flyer2Before You Hit Send: Self-Editing Workshop with Angela James

Join Angela James, editorial director of Harlequin’s Carina Press and developmental editor of New York Times Bestselling authors Shannon Stacey, Lauren Dane and Jaci Burton, for a day-long workshop covering ideas, tips, tricks and lessons for polishing and self-editing your manuscript.

Topics include: point of view, passive vs. active voice, show don’t tell, formalizing your manuscript, and more!

Spend the night at a special rate and have use of our meeting room for quiet self-editing/writing Sunday morning to put all you learned into practice before you head back on the road.

Saturday, May 21st 2016
$80-$110 for workshop and buffet lunch.
Crown Plaza Hotel, Nashua NH
Sponsored by: New Hampshire Romance Writers of America (NHRWA) Information and registration:http://www.nhrwa.com/events Questions? Please email: conference@nhrwa.com More about Angela James: http://nicemommy-evileditor.com/before-you-hit-send/

Here’s a copy of the  RWA_James_Flyer for those who want to download, print & post!



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Celebrate NH Writer’s Week, Nov 8-14

writers week 2015Governor Maggie Hassan has declared November 8 – 14 “New Hampshire Writers’ Week”, a weeklong celebration of the writer’s journey.  The NH Writer’s Project (NHWP)  is hosting a series of events around the state that each represent a step along the journey, from first draft to publishing to marketing a book. Take a quick break from NaNoWriMo and get some inspiration!

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Friday Fun: It’s the WHOLE PIE During NaNoWriMo

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November 6, 2015 · 7:00 am

Register Now for NH Writer’s Day March 28

anita diamant

It’s time to register for Writer’s Day 2015!  Sponsored by the NH Writer’s Project and held on the Southern NH University Campus in Manchester on Saturday, March 28 from 8-5:30 pm, this is a great opportunity to network, attend workshops and become inspired.

Keynote speaker will be Anita Diamant, best known for her NY Times best-seller, The Red Tent, but has also written non-fiction books on Jewish life.  For more information, see their webpage here.

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