Thursday, July 23, 2009

Bobbi Smith, Robert Vaughan and Greg Tobin Headline Writers' Workshop

Today's forecast for St. Peters, MO: Chance of afternoon storms, high 81 degrees. It's almost 90 outside now, so I'm thinking the weather forecast is on the low side.

Robert Vaughan, Bobbi Smith and Greg Tobin share the spotlight to present a day-long writers' workshop.
When? Saturday, July 25 from 9 a.m. till 4 p.m. LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
Where? St. Luke’s Episcopal Church, 1101 Sulphur Spring Rd., Manchester, MO.
What? FICTION, NON-FICTION, SCREENWRITING and PERSONAL MEMOIRS
How Much? Cost is $65 (includes lunch), check payable to St. Luke’s Episcopal Church.
Call (636) 227-1227 to register.

ROBERT VAUGHAN is the a Spur Award winner and author of ANDERSONVILLE, the Emmy Award finalist mini-series on TNT. He wrote HOMECOMING, a History Channel documentary about Vietnam Veterans. A member of the National Writers Hall of Fame, he is a frequent lecturer at colleges and universities, and is the founder and director of Write on the Beach, an intensive writers’ retreat held each year at Gulf Shores, AL.

BOBBI SMITH is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of more than 50 novels. Bobbi is beloved for her page-turning stories of love and adventure, which have earned her the title of Queen of Western Romance. Her latest novel is Runaway published in July from Leisure.


GREG TOBIN was editor in chief of Book-of-the-Month Club and senior vice president of Random House. Currently a writer and editor at Seton Hall University, Greg is a frequent presenter at writers’ seminars, an editorial consultant to authors and literary agents, and at work on his newest fiction and non-fiction books.


With a lineup like that, it's one workshop I would love to attend, but I'm sorry to have to miss it due to a prior commitment. Maybe next time.
If any of my readers go to the workshop, please let me know how it was.

2 comments:

  1. That Robert Vaughan gets around. I just heard him speak at a conference (Yes, that conference!)...he's a funny guy.

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  2. Hi Cathy,
    You are right. Robert Vaughan does get around and he is a funny guy. I heard him speak at a conference in Texas several years ago. He shared how he started his writing career under a pen name writing racy novels and letters to Men's magazines. What a riot!
    Donna

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