Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Get Ready For Write 2 Ignite 2013!

Here is a guest blog by my friend and critique partner extraordinaire, Jean Hall, founder of Write2Ignite!

Whether you write for toddlers or teens, science or history magazines, school curriculum or drama clubs you’ll find a place at Write2Ignite! 2013, March 15-16 at North Greenville University, South Carolina.  And if you write for general markets or for Christian publishers, you’ll find education, encouragement and inspiration at Write2Ignite!

Our purpose is to offer you:
  • Instruction in the craft of writing and publishing.
  • Encouragement to keep on keeping on.
  • Inspiration to keep you in tune with the calling God has on your life.
  • Connections to assist you in the world of publishing.

We are thrilled this year that we can again offer outstanding and generous speakers and workshop leaders. Author Cecil Murphey (who has more than 150 published titles) will inspire us through keynote speeches. Familiar names like Kelly Starling Lyons and Joyce Hostetter are part of our line-up. At Write2Ignite! 2013 editors from Club House, Lighthouse Publishing, JourneyForth, The Kid’s Ark and more will offer private consultations.  Literary agents who represent children’s writers will join us, and make themselves available for individual consultations.

Another of our Write2Ignite! offerings is a special track for middle school and high school students who write. This year a whole team of professionals will instruct and challenge the Teen Track students.

Registration is now open, and now is the time to apply for one of our scholarships. Check our website for information and Registration at or contact us at


Joyce Moyer Hostetter said...

Looking forward to being there Jean. Working on one of my presentations today.

Carol Baldwin said...

They'll love you, JOyce!

Linda Phillips said...

Great promotional blog for a great organization. I know it will be a success with people like Joyce and Jean behind it!

Jean said...

Thanks BUNCHES, Carol!


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