Friday, February 5, 2010

Muse 2010

Have you ever wanted to attend a conference, but none were close by your town, or they cost a fortune, or you have small children or pets you can't leave? If so, then The Muse Online Writers Conference is for you. Here's a little of what you'll experience when you sign up:


1.  12 Stages of the Writer's Adventure with Beth Barany, based on The Hero's Journey.
2.  An introduction to Social Media, Jo Linsdell.
3.  Blog Your Way to Recognition, Joyce Anthony.
4.  Characters You Love to Hate: Creating Villainous Villains for Kids and Teens, Beverly Stowe McClure (That's me.
And so much more.


No, I'm not talking about baseball. Do you have a manuscript ready to submit, but aren't sure where to send it? Publishers and Agents will be ready to hear your pitches, so start working on them now. October will arrive before you know it.


Do you like to talk with other people who understand about writing? Then you've come to the right place. You'll find plenty of opportuniteis to chat with publishers, agents, editors, authors, and readers.

Sounds good, huh? I haven't told you the best part yet. Ready? Okay.


Donations are accepted, but not required.

So what are you waiting for. Set aside Oct. 11-17 for you. Then hop on over to The Muse Online Conference and sign up. You'll be glad you did. See you in October.


  1. I'm signed up and honored to do a chat and a forum this year!

  2. Hi L. Diane,

    I saw your name there. It looks like a great conference this year. Look forward to chatting with you.


  3. The price is right. The place is right. This is just right for the pickin'. Thank you. I'm headed over there, now. You're a jewel for sharing.

    Yaya's Changing World

  4. Great, Yaya. I think you'll enjoy it. This is my fifth year. Besides the workshops, I've met so many nice people. There's always something new, too. I usually overload with too many workshops. Last year was the first time for the pitches. They're fun.