Saturday, July 21 1:00 p.m. Highlighted Speaker
Mitch A. Haynes, president of the conference says, “In a world filled with people who think they are writers, only a handful will truly succeed. What separates them from the rest of the crowd…They take advantage of all the available opportunities and resources to promote their work and themselves.”
The first of its kind in Denton, events like this are for writers and authors who want to pitch their work to agents of publishers around the country, but also to rub elbows locally – to find readers who enjoy the same genre, editors who can assist with manuscripts, and to meet people who may just offer encouragement in the field. This conference caters to those who want to meet other writers, agents and editors, hear speakers and access vendors that are ready to impart knowledge and connections, all without the $500+ price tag of attendance.
Mr. London is author of the French Letters series, Virginia’s War and Engaged in War. London’s French Letters series is historical fiction based on life during World War II and its effect on the people at home and on those serving on the front lines of the war in Britain and France. London bases his series on a number of letters between Virginia and Will, weaving an intriguing story around this framework. London’s work is said to be “the greatest literary work since Hemingway.”
About Jack London
Jack Woodville London is a well-known trial attorney, acclaimed author and World War II historian. London is a graduate of West Texas A&M, the University of Texas and the Academy of St. Céré, France. Recent awards include the prestigious Author of the Year title from Military Writers Society of America and Honorable Mention for Fiction in the esteemed London Book Festival. Jack also has a series of articles about writing titled “A Novel Approach.” His books are available at bookstores and at Amazon.com in both print and Kindle formats.
For information about Jack and his work or to schedule an interview, visit www.jwlbooks.com or contact his publicist, Sandy Lawrence, at 281.989.8892.
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