TOR/Forge editor Whitney Ross and USA Today bestselling author Kimberly Lang give tips on on how to strengthen your writing and get your book noticed by agents, editors, and readers on Sunday, June 15, at 2 p.m. at the Main Library downtown.
There will also be an (Almost) Anything Goes Q&A session and the opportunity to get the opening pages of your manuscript critiqued by Whitney on the spot.
June 15, 2014 • 2-4:30pm • Cost: $10
Huntsville-Madison County Public Library • 2nd Floor Events Room
915 Monroe Street • Huntsville
Pre-registration is recommended but not required.
Only pre-registered participants will be able to submit pages for critique.
Questions? Contact Kimberly Lang at Kimberly@booksbykimberly.com
- You may register multiple people at one time, but please include a name and email address for each participant.
- If you do not receive a confirmation email from Kimberly within 48 hours, please email Kimberly@booksbykimberly.com and forward your PayPal receipt showing payment.
- Pre-registration is through PayPal only. Cash and credit cards accepted at the door. No checks, please.
Whitney Ross is an editor at Tom Doherty Associates, LLC, publisher of Forge, Tor Books, Orb, Starscape, and Tor Teen. She is actively seeking science fiction & fantasy, urban fantasy, romance, historical fiction, and young adult novels. Tor Books is a leading publisher of science fiction and fantasy, and winner of the Locus Award for Best SF Publisher for the past 20 years. Tor publishes numerous bestsellers, including Robert Jordan’s Wheel of Time and Terry Goodkind’s Sword of Truth series, as well as Orson Scott Card’s beloved classic Ender’s Game.
Kimberly Lang is the award-winning, USA Today bestselling author of Last Groom Standing and No Time Like Mardi Gras.