The Right Conference?

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by Tamela Hancock Murray Steve Laube Agency As you pursue a writing career, one big question is how much time and money to devote to writers conferences. Conferences have many benefits, including the chance to meet face to face with editors and fellowship with writers. Some writers have plenty of time and money and love to attend conferences because the …

The Ten Words You Need to Hear

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by Chip MacGregor, President MacGregor Literary Inc. As you begin preparing for this year’s ACFW conference, I’d like to suggest you keep ten words in mind… 1. READ. Don’t just show up and wonder who the speakers are. Read the blog of keynoter Michael Hyatt. Read the books of teachers such as Davis Bunn and Susan May Warren. That way, …

Pictures from Denver ACFW 2009

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Hi all, Here are some shots from Friday at conference! Early Birders excited for Donald Maass’s class to begin. Below is from reception for Debby Macomber, Conference Keynote Speaker. Gail Martin, Debbie, and Margaret Daley. Brandilyn enjoying a laugh with Debbie. Below is opening night, Thursday night. I’ll try to get more posted tomorrow. Today was filled with the first …

American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Denver Sep. 17-20th, 2009

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“The Premier Christian Fiction Conference” STANDING FIRM…MOVING FORWARD “Therefore, my beloved brethren, be ye steadfast, unmovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord,?forasmuch as ye know that your labor is not in vain in the Lord.” 1 Corinthians 15:58 (KJV) DENVER, COLORADO ?SEPTEMBER 17 – 20, 2009 Bestselling authors, publishing industry representatives, and newcomers to Christian fiction writing will …