PNWA Summer Conference

shutterstock_130455512Yep, I’m still alive and kicking. 🙂 It’s been a CraZy past few months involving all sorts of fun change, including moving into a new house and neighborhood.  But now summer is finally here, and I am so excited for the annual Pacific Northwest Writers Association conference.  Whether you are new to writing or already published, this is a great opportunity to network with other writers, meet agents and editors, pitch your stories, and learn about the ever-changing publishing industry.  Our keynote speaker this year is New York Times best-selling author and international thriller writer, James Rollins.

Pursuing your dream to be an author can sometimes feel like a very solitary endeavor, so this is a great way to connect with other people who share the same passion for writing as you do. Come and join the fun in Seattle, July 17th-20th.  Click here for inspiration and I hope to see you soon!

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2 Responses to PNWA Summer Conference

  1. tedhenkle says:

    Well hi there “stranger.” 🙂 Glad to see you’re “…still alive and kicking.” I hope you and our fellow/fellowette Pop Fiction alums have a great time at the conference. Unfortunately, I won’t be able to make it this year. I’m scheduled to work most of the conference weekend, and I couldn’t weasel out of it. Please tell everyone we know I said hi and hope to attend next year.

    • Tara Sheets says:

      Hi Ted! It’s great to hear from you and I will make sure to tell everyone you said, “hi”. You will be missed at the conference, but hopefully we will see you at some future PNWA events soon!

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