Wednesday, August 24, 2016

“Taking the Mystery Out of Suspense Writing.”

Please join us Saturday, September 10 at 10:30 a.m. at Arlington Community Church, when we welcome speaker, writing coach and author, Gina Conroy as she presents “Taking the Mystery Out of Suspense Writing.”

Do you ever wonder what the difference is between writing a mystery or suspense? What if you want a little of both in your story but aren’t sure how to balance them? In Taking the Mystery Out of Suspense Writing, author Gina Conroy explains the differences between the two genres and what readers expect in each. You say but I don’t write suspense or mystery? Don’t let that stop you from joining us as Conroy shows how you can have elements of both in your story for a real page turner, no matter what genre you write.
Conroy has been writing creatively since she was eight years old, and professionally for more than twenty years. She graduated from college with a Bachelor of Science in telecommunications and a minor in journalism. Although she didn't start actually writing fiction until after college, today she is published in both fiction and nonfiction. Additionally, she has served as president of her local chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers for two years. 

Conroy’s passion is to inspire writers of all ages to follow their dreams by writing that novel or memoir they've always thought of writing. In addition to speaking to live audiences, she co-hosts a weekly podcast called Teen Writers Publish for teens of all ages. She invites you to listen to it on iTunes or watch live on Blab. She's excited to announce her new novel writing workbook, Release the Novel in You,  is now available and she's working on the second workbook in the series, Strengthen the Novel in You. 

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To learn more about Gina Conroy, visit the following sites:

Gina loves to connect with other writers so please make sure you say hello or snap a photo with her after the meeting in September. 

DFW Ready Writers meetings are held at the 
1715 W. Randol Mill Rd, in Arlington  
(click on name for map)
For those that would like to continue with fellowship and networking after the meeting, a Dutch treat lunch follows at a nearby restaurant.

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