Traditional vs. Self-Publishing: Been There, Done That – Part 2

Editor’s Note:  This is Part 2 of a series.  You may want to start with Part 1 if you missed it! -TT So, having self-published my book, I approached DFWCon#6 with that book under my arm, and a practiced pitch and query letter ready for action.  Surely the agents would line up to talk to…

Fortunately Wrong

We love to hear success stories. To see how people achieve that next level is truly inspiring. Our next success story comes from a member of our very own DFW Writers’ Workshop (the sponsor for the conference). For this, we decided to let Dave tell his own story. “Sometimes a game takes an unexpected turn,…

No finished manuscript? Consider a consultation.

There may be a bit of misperception out there that writers’ conferences are all about pitching a finished manuscript to an agent, and that if you don’t have a finished manuscript, there is no reason to attend a conference. Not true! Conferences are about more than just pitch sessions. They are full of great classes…