The publishing world has secrets…
Laura Belmont has finished writing her first novel. She's thrilled when she's accepted at the Clymer Workshop, a well known writing conference.
She arrives hoping to make a connection that will help her get a literary agent. But the conference isn't anything like what she had expected.
The schedule is filled with creative writing workshops and manuscript conferences. But the real lessons Laura learns aren't on the schedule.
She discovers how power works in the publishing world.
The Writers' Conference is a fun read for everyone, and a useful education for anyone who might be thinking of a writing career. The story moves along quickly and holds the reader's interest all the way to the exciting (and surprising) ending. Peter C. Foster, author.
I enjoyed every minute that I spent reading this excellent novel, and I was pleased to read so many reviews from writers who confirm that the description of the conference is quite accurate. A. Rees