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TWA Program for July 20, 2017 at Lake Ella Legion Hall - 6:30 p.m.

Publishing Panel - Writer Networking      

Come listen to the experience of authors who have published in different genres using multiple sources for publishing their works.  The constant change in publishing, computing, and media in general can be quite daunting: print, e-book, audible - Traditional press, Small press, Self-Publishing.  Which to choose?    

Lacey Dancer is one of the pen names for Sydney Clary a.k.a. Sara Chance, Sherry Carr and Sydney A. Clary. She is an award winning author; Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Best All Around Series Author, 2 Romantic Times Career Achievement Awards, and 2 Woman of the Year Awards just to name a few. Although she is best known for her womens contemporary fiction she has also published two historical fiction novels.

"The challenges of both traditional and self publishing are many and varied. Networking with others is, in my opinion, the best possible way to learn and grow in either." - Sydney Clary

Laura Lascarso - Author of six novels, the latest release being The Bravest Thing (April 2017, Dreamspinner Press) writes Young Adult and New Adult fiction.

"Ever since I was little I’ve loved writing and sharing my stories with others. I write fiction because I believe in the power of storytelling to heal and transform a society." - Laura Lascarso                           


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