Want Me To Speak At Your Conference?
Well, drat! As of September, 2015, I’ve decided to take a sabbatical from teaching at conferences. I love teaching, because nothing is more fun than hanging out with writers, the coolest people in the universe. But I really need to focus on my writing right now. So I’m no longer accepting any more requests to teach. When that changes, I’ll make a note here.
Note added: As of the fall of 2018, I’ve begun accepting a few invitations to teach. At the moment, this is experimental. I’ve accepted invitations to a couple of conferences in 2019, and we’ll see how that goes. So I’m booked up for 2019, and in the fall of 2019, I’ll ask myself how it went. Then I’ll decide if I should continue teaching in 2020.
Here are the events I’ve already spoken at in 2019:
The Mount Hermon Christian Writer’s Conference, April 12-16, 2019, near Santa Cruz, California. I co-taught the Professional Track major morning workshop with best-selling novelist James L. Rubart.
Here are the events I’ll be speaking at in 2019:
The Oregon Christian Writers Summer Conference, August 12-15, 2019, in Portland, Oregon. I will be teaching a major track on marketing. More info here.