Award-winning author Bruce Gehweiler to speak to the Christian Authors Guild
Avoiding the Pitfalls of Publishing
Most new writers find it difficult to get published, in the first place, let alone turning it into a career. Common mistakes made by many writers can cost you money, years of time and a lot of effort and frustration. Avoiding the pitfalls of publishing can prevent writers from damaging their reputation. This lively topic will cover 14 ways to avoid common errors and show how to better become a successful author.
Bruce will be presenting this timely topic at the regular monthly meeting of the Christian Authors Guild on Monday, October 2, 7 PM, at the Prayer & Praise Christian Fellowship, 6409 Bells Ferry Rd., Woodstock, GA 30189. Visitors are welcome. Refreshments served. Free!
Bruce got his start by winning the 1992 Dragon Con Amateur Writing Contest. He also received an Honorable Mention in The Writers of the Future Contest. Bruce has written or been published in seventeen books and dozens of magazines, including Profitable Publishing, The Christian Entrepreneur, Breaking into Fiction Writing, Cowboys in Space, Where Angels Fear, and many more. As the former publisher at Marietta Publishing for eighteen years, Bruce published 76 books and won a 2007 Eppie Award and a 2009 Dream Realm Award. Today he continues to write and is a publishing coach at his company Bruce Coaching Services. (www.brucecoachingservices.com). Bruce was the publishing coach for the bestselling children’s book, The Elf on the Shelf, the space opera novel The Cathedral by T.J. Morris and many more. Lets welcome Bruce at the upcoming meeting of the CAG.