ACFW’s National Conference – Benefits

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If you’re still considering attending the ACFW Conference this year in San Antonio, TX add this to your consideration: As part of your registration cost, you have the opportunity to sign up for slots to meet with agents and editors!

These appointments are perfect for creating face-to-face connections that will be imperative for your writing future!

See our list of attending editors here:
And our list of attending agents here:


Your ACFW leadership has created a brand new listening opportunity for you–listening to all* the instruction and encouragement offered during the upcoming 2019 ACFW conference! One blessed ACFW member will be given the complete mp3 of the conference recordings. What a valuable resource!

How can you be that ONE?

Help us spread the word about the conference. Our best advertising for the conference is you. Whether you’ve attended a past ACFW conference or not, and even if you already plan to attend in September in San Antonio, you can help other people hear about the conference, people beyond the scope of ACFW’s reach.

We’re enlisting your aid for the sake of those who can benefit from all the conference has to offer.

Once you’ve promoted the conference on social media with the hashtag #2019acfw with a sentence or two that encourages fiction writers to consider attending, you’ll then be eligible for the Rafflecopter giveaway for an mp3 recording of all* the 2019 conference workshops, spotlights, and panels. (*Note that one or two of the workshops may be copyright protected by the instructor and not included.)

Here’s the giveaway link via Rafflecopter for you:

a Rafflecopter giveaway

Thank you for “listening,” and for participating in our “let’s get the word out” promotion.

Comments 1

  1. I wish that I might be there,
    to see friends I’ve never met.
    It’s hard, yes, not to despair,
    for I am hard and sore beset.
    I’d love to shake the human hands
    of those whose names are known
    to me, but my fate’s in God’s remands,
    and my path is not my own.
    Yea, perhaps it’s better thus,
    that my living shade goes forth
    free of cancer’s careworn incubus,
    a drag unto my worth.
    I shall walk among my friends, unseen,
    and live the glory of the dream.

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