Newsflash: Writers Work Conference

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Hi Folks, I just found out that fellow writer, and tutor Tracy Sayre is organizing a writer’s conference in New York City. Tracy runs the HeSo Project Blog (Visit her blog to discover what HeSo is).

Writer’s Work: A Conference for Emerging Authors

If you can be in New York City on Saturday, September 20th, this is a great opportunity.

The cost is an excellent price for a one-day conference that includes lunch with an agent. In fact the cost is the reason for this announcement. Tracy’s “super-motivated” discount price is 75.00 dollars until August 11, 2014. After that the price will increase to 90 dollars.

In addition, Tracy has arranged for readers of this blog to receive an additional 10% discount (67.50 or 81.00 after Aug. 11th). Simply use the discount code “MALLETT” (all caps) to apply the discount. How cool is that?

The conference will run from 10:00 AM to 4:00 PM (EDT). This day includes 4 presenters and Tracy as host and organizer. This will be a smaller intimate setting of seventy-five to one hundred people.  Here are links to all the details you need.

Writers Work Official Website
Buy Tickets: Use discount code: MALLETT
10 Reasons Why Every Writer Should Come to This Conference

Feel free to pass this information on to anyone who may be interested.

New post coming this Saturday, “Finish Strong: Setting Year-End Writing Goals,” See you then.

 

 

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3 comments on “Newsflash: Writers Work Conference
  1. I’ve always wanted to attend one. Hope there’s one near here.
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  2. Tracy says:

    Thanks, Peter!I hope to see some of your readers there 🙂

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