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Orlando FWA Meeting – Wed., April 3rd at 6:30pm

From: Rik F.
Sent on: Monday, April 1, 2013 8:20 PM

Orlando FWA Meeting – Wed., April 3rd at 6:30pm

Let’s Talk About the Movies

“I have this idea that would make a GREAT movie!”

“I hear that a lot,” says Jennie Jarvis, script analyst and former development assistant, “but sadly, most of the people who wind up saying it have no idea how to get that idea onto the screen.”

Jarvis has designed a workshop to take away some of the mysteries of the film industry in order to help your epic idea get turned into a movie. You will learn the difference between film and novel writing and the correct format for writing for film. Come prepared with lots of questions.

Join us Wednesday, April 3, 2013 at 6:30 pm. The meeting is free and open to the public. Contact Rik Feeney at [address removed].

 

eBook Publishing Workshop - interactive publishing workshop

Aspiring authors and wannabe writers are invited to join the Library’s eBook Publishing series. This eight-week interactive workshop is designed to help local authors and writers with self-publishing their manuscript as an eBook.

The workshop will be held at the Orlando Public Library on Thursdays beginning March 7 and will be led by Rik Feeney of PublishingSuccessOnline.com. Feeney, author of Writing Books for Fun, Fame & Fortune! And Publishing for Penny-Pinchers and Editing Basics for Authors and Self-Publishers earned a Bachelor of Arts in Writing and Literature from Vermont College of Norwich University and frequently presents seminars at writers conferences throughout the Southeast.

For more information on Rik Feeney, visit www.PublishingSuccessOnline.com or email him at [address removed].

Note: The next four Thursdays will focus on book marketing techniques from basic ideas to advanced techniques.

 

FWA Mini-Conference – April 20, 2013

When: April 20, 2013 – Registration opens at 7:30 a.m., workshops begin at 8 a.m.

Where: Altamonte Springs Chapel, 825 E Altamonte Drive [Route 436], Altamonte Springs 32701

Cost: $59 for FWA members, $79 for nonmembers, interviews $25 until April 1 then $40

Food: Continental breakfast, all-day beverages, lunch, snacks

Workshops: Either Vic DiGenti’s full-day Mystery Writer or a full lineup of 11 other choices

Door Prizes: Of course!

Keynote Speaker: Adrian Fogelin

More information: http://www.floridawriters.net/2013_FWA_Conferences.html

 

New Blog!

www.BookPublishingResource.com authored by Rik Feeney.

 

Directions to Orlando FWA Meeting

The University Club of Winter Park

841 N. Park Ave.

Winter Park, FL 32789

From I-4 East or West, take the Lee Road exit and head East toward the Atlantic Ocean. Lee Road will dead end at 17-92 (Orlando Ave.) where you will make a right turn, then get immediately into the left turn lane to make a left on Webster (as you turn a Borders book store will be on your right). Follow Webster through a light at Denning, then another light at the railroad tracks, then you will come to a stop sign, actually stop, then before the next stop sign (which is Park Ave) you will turn left into the University Club. Go up the ramp to the side door, then keep going to your left inside to the library where we hold the meeting.

 

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