Writing for the Soul
Writing for the Soul, Feb. 13 to 16 at The Broadmoor in Colorado Springs, will feature more than 70 hours of instruction in fiction, nonfiction, craft & career, and marketing. Payment plan available. Reserve your place now.
I found myself among a hundred people with similar goals — people who didn’t find my interests quaint, fruitless, or odd.
For three days I:
● learned more about my field
● passed information to willing listeners
● talked shop using insider shorthand
● got answers directly from experts
With abundant resources for sale, I spent every dollar I’d budgeted — then an extra forty percent I’d squirreled away. I didn’t get much sleep, but I filled my heart and spirit.
After a weekend packed with back to back sessions, I came home exhausted but happy. Digesting the material I brought home will take a year.
By then I’ll be ready to return. I’ve already marked the dates.
I hope you also have a favorite conference — a place you can grow in your knowledge and where for a few days, you don’t have to pretend to be normal.
Andy Scheer, the Guild’s editor in Chief, enjoys teaching at writers conference across the country.
For nearly fifty years, the Christian Writers Guild has trained people to sell their writing.
Explore www.ChristianWritersGuild.com to learn more about our:
● writing courses
● critique service
● Writing for the Soul conference
● Operation First Novel contest
Also, consider publishing your book through Christian Writers Guild Publishing — a unique service that combines:
● quality education
● mentored guidance
● professional production
● effective marketing and sales tools
Finish the course — and we’ll publish your book.
Find out more at CWGPublishing.com