Ever wonder why your work never makes it past the editor’s desk? Would you like to increase your chances of acceptance, or said another way, decrease your rejections? One way is to be sure your work is fresh ~ but how do we know what that means or, better yet, how to achieve it?
Amy will also be leading a session entitled What’s Fresh? where she will dig into the topic of what is fresh, and what is not. Attendees will work through exercises that will help them rework their pieces to give their writing a fresh perspective, in addition to coming up with crisp new ideas.
If you want to give your writing the boost it needs to get noticed by an editor, then you should plan to attend Amy’s sessions. She has over 20 years in the publishing industry where she has worked as an editor of hundreds of resources. But Amy is also a writer herself, authoring numerous bestselling books. She is currently an Executive Editor with Group Publishing and will be available for writer consultations at the conference. If you have proposals for resources to be used with Christian women’s groups, men’s groups, and adult small groups, as well as resources to equip church leaders (such as topics related to managing or training volunteers) then you will want to make sure you attend the conference and sign up for a consultation with Amy.
For more information on Amy Nappa, go to www.nappaland.com.
For more information on Group Publishing, go to http://group.com.
For more information on the OC Christian Writers Conference held on May 18-20, 2012 in Newport Beach, CA go to www.occwf.org.