Western Slope Monthly Programs are free to both members and non-members. They are three to four hours long on a Saturday morning. Topics vary. Check the event for registration requirements. Questions? Contact Terri Benson at email@example.com.
A Writer’s Journey - From 1st Draft to Publication & Beyond
Saturday, December 10, 2016, 9:00 A.M. to noon(ish)
Grand Junction Business Incubator Center , 2591 Legacy Way, Grand Junction, CO 81503
MEMBERS & NON-MEMBERS WELCOME
Please RSVP to Terri Benson at firstname.lastname@example.org (not required)
A Light Breakfast is available from 9:00-9:30 & Workshop begins at 9:15am
Erik Storey decided to be a writer.
He’ll share his story from that decision, through all the other decisions, choices, compromises and heartache that led to a big-5 publishing contract, and his wife will share her side of watching and participating in the process.
Erik Storey is a former ranch hand, wilderness guide, dogsled musher, and hunter. He spent his childhood summers on his great-grandfather’s homestead or in a remote cabin in Colorado’s Flat Tops wilderness. He has earned a number of sharpshooter and marksman qualifications. Nothing Short of Dying is his first novel. He and his family live in Grand Junction, Colorado. http://www.erikstoreybooks.com/index.html.
Reviews/Blubs for Nothing Short of Dying: A Clyde Barr Novel
Hailed by bestselling writer William Kent Krueger as “the year’s best thriller debut,” this furiously paced ride into harm’s way features a drifter with lethal skills, whose mission to rescue his abducted sister pits him against a ruthless meth kingpin and his army of killers.
From BookPage: Comparisons to Lee Child’s Jack Reacher are inevitable when considering many action thriller novels with larger-than-life heroes. But when Child himself makes note of it, you know the book at hand has got to be pretty damn good. Such is the case with Erik Storey’s debut novel, Nothing Short of Dying. In a prominent book cover blurb, Child says: “Reacher is keeping an eye on this guy.” And so should you.
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