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April 20, 2014

Everything You Need to Know About the Annual Florida Writers Conference—
On the Website Now!

–by Shannon Bell

The Annual Florida Writers Conference in October is FWA’s biggest and best event of the year. Three fun-packed days will allow you to hobnob at genre breakfasts, attend informative workshops, rub elbows with other writers, and maybe even win some incredible door prizes. The event has a little of everything, and your conference price includes the workshops and the food, so all you have to do is bring yourself!

If you’ve been to the conference before, you’re used to all of the action on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. For the first time ever, workshops will be offered on Thursday evening simply because we can’t squeeze them all in during three days. The Thursday workshops will be included in the conference fee for Early Birds, so be sure to register by July 31.

Our faculty will include four New York Times bestselling authors, agents, publishers, producers, and industry professionals in many areas. You will find workshops about writing techniques, editing, marketing, and everything in between. Whether you need help with inspiration, manuscript format, finding your voice, or figuring out what to do with the words once they’re on the page, our incredible faculty will help you find what you need to know.


Stars of Florida Writers:

Discover the Limelight at the Florida Writers Annual Conference

October 23-26, 2014

Orlando Marriott Lake Mary

If you haven’t been in a while, this is the year to go!

Everything you need to know is posted on, and the shopping cart is ready for your conference registration and requests for interviews and critiques. Can’t wait to see you there.


Bell, Shannon


Shannon Bell is a fulltime writer based in Tampa, Florida, with clients from around the world. She has a passion for vampires and has just released her first paranormal romance. She’s married and has a girly girl who wants to be a writer just like mommy.

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