Current Listing of Events as of July 18, 2019
August 11 – Monument – Monument Library 1:00. Rowdy Colorado talk and presentation.
August 17 at the Manitou Springs Library at 11:00 a.m. – Rowdy Colorado
August 17 at the Ruth Holley Library at 1:30 p.m. – Rowdy Colorado
September 6-8 2019 Colorado Gold Conference, Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Denver Renaissance Stapleton Hotel, Denver CO.
PAL First Sale Panel | 9:00AM -9:50 AM |Big Thompson | Saturday
The Published Author’s League (PAL) authors who have made their first sale discuss their experiences. Panelist.
Combining Craft and Research in Historical Fiction | Randi Samuelson-Brown | Telluride | 2:30– 3:20PM | Saturday
An over-all discussion about different sources and their uses in writing historical fiction – along with solid craft tips to make participants writing stronger and stand apart. The purpose is to provide inspiration and direction for writers at all experience levels.
Identifying and Pursuing Revenue Streams beyond Royalties | Randi Samuelson-Brown | Telluride | 11:00 – 11:50AM | Saturday
For Published Authors – Traditionally or Independently Published – but leaning toward the traditional. This workshop identifies subsequent revenue streams AFTER a book has reached publication. Examples include utilizing research done for the fictional work for use in non-fiction book proposals, speakers fees and teaching. It also discusses what NOT to do on social media – such as peppering Facebook and twitter with your own book time after time. Of interest to professional level, published authors.
The BEATEN TERRITORY is available at:
The Tattered Cover – Staff Pick and Best Seller
History Colorado – Byers-Evans House and the Molly Brown House
The Book Bar
Barnes and Noble (Online)
Country Crossroads – Centennial, Wyoming
Libraries – local and national