By Susan Spann
Last month, we took a look at the four vital elements of a winning “elevator pitch. Read More
By Mike Befeler
Writers conferences are a blast. Having attended a number of different ones, the RMFW Colorado Gold Conference ranks up there right at the top. This will be my twelfth year, and I get something new out of each one. Here are my thoughts on getting the most out of the conference.
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By Jeffe Kennedy
Since the Colorado Gold Conference is coming up, pitching and querying seem to be on people’s minds. So I thought I’d interview my agent, Pam van Hylckama Vlieg. Read More
By Julie Kazimer
It’s my favorite time of the year. As the leaves start to fall, hundreds of fellow writers descend on the Colorado Gold Conference. In case you’re not signed up, you still have time. The conference starts on September 20 – 22nd. Learn more and register at http://www.rmfw. Read More
By Trai Cartwright
Part Two of a Six-Part Monthly Series
Am I misguided or perhaps a tad, a bit, a dollop delusional, or are the forces behind the world of storytelling building like a Gangnam-style viral video? Have you felt it too?
I’m convinced this groundswell of creativity has been coming on Read More
The five master classes scheduled for the Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Colorado Gold Conference are featured on this blog August 7, August 8, August 12, August 20, and August 29. Read More
I’m taking a page from Mike Befeler, and introducing myself, since this is also my first post on the RMFW blog! I’m Jeffe Kennedy and fairly new to RMFW, though I did attend the Colorado Gold conference a number of years ago.
It’s kind of a funny (read: cringeworthy) story. Read More
By Julie Kazimer
Recently a friend complained of how long it took him to finally have success as an author. In his view, success meant a third book release in a year, signing with an agent, and good sales numbers and lots of press attention. Not a bad way to define success at all. Read More
By Mark Stevens
Skip the tips.
Forget everything you’ve learned.
Put down your copy of 100 Fabulous Secrets to Better Writing Now!
Move away from the stack of books you slowly acquired ever since you first had the thought that you might want to write fiction. Read More