WLT Member Guest Blog Post

Learn About Real Crimes from Real Sleuths   by: Mary Forlenza   It’s possible for mystery readers and authors to get a, practically, free education in mystery writing right here in Austin. I’m not talking about learning to craft sentences or coming up with creative idiosyncrasies for sleuths and villains. This

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Guest Blog Post – Shennandoah Diaz

Slushpile Secrets: How Social Media Affects Your Chance of Getting Published   Its no secret that its tough for new writers to break into publishing. With so much working against the aspiring writer, its important for an author to do everything she can to improve her chances of attracting an

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Guest Blog with Michael Druxman

We are delighted to have Screenwriter, Playwright, Novelist and Hollywood Historian, Michael Druxman, as a part of  the WLT faculty this year. Michael’s class  Creating Effective Characters  will be held September 22, at St. Edwards University. Even the most plot-oriented story must have believable, engaging characters for it to work

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Guest blog with Liz Garton Scanlon

We are thrilled to have the award winning writer, Liz Garton Scanlon, as part of WLT’s 2012 faculty.  Liz’s class Poetic License: Using Poetic Language and Devices in your Poetry, Prose and Everyday Writing will be held on September 15th at St. Edwards University.  How does a great idea for

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Guest Blog with Sue Donahoe

Q&A with Sue Donahoe   on her book   NEVER HEARD OF ‘EM: Austin’s Music Explosion, 1994 – 2000     WLT member Sue Donahoe is celebrating the first birthday of her book NEVER HEARD OF ‘EM: Austin’s Music Explosion, 1994 – 2000 at the Bob Bullock Texas State History

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Guest blog with Lana Castle

Lana Castle is an editor, publishing consultant and teacher with more than 30 years’ experience in communications and publishing. She runs Castle Communications, an Austin-based editorial service, where she not only edits books but also provides production support for individual authors and publishers. She has authored four trade books of

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World Book Night 2012

At the Writers’ League, we love hearing about new readers. Books change lives, and nothing is more exciting than hearing about some of our favorite books getting passed along to someone for the first time! That is why we love the idea behind World Book Night. WBN is a non-profit

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Guest Post from WLT Author Harrison Cheung

I made Christian Bale the star he is today. That’s not bragging or posturing.  People who know me, know that I’ve been a painfully modest man – to the detriment of my own career.  But my accomplishments with Christian Bale’s profession are documented, and I have the metrics and milestones

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Q&A with Lynda Rutledge

The WLT is happy to bring you another Q&A with the very talented Lynda Rutledge, who is teaching a class with us this fall titled, Your Manuscript’s Finished. Now What? Click on the title to learn more about this class, and if you’re interested, click here to register! What are

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