Saturday, May 25, 2013
THREE THINGS YOU SHOULD NOT MISS!!
Upcoming events I am attending will satisfy what ever mood you might be entertaining.... from funny, amazing and even educational. Check these out and mark them on your calendar.
Friday May 31st at 6:30pm.
Check out Lisa Sanchez in Temecula at the Wine Country Art Gallery.
Kelly is a gifted and funny Psychic-Medium and intuitive, with the ability to see, feel, and communicate with people who have passed away. Her Reunions are astonishingly accurate and detailed. She is a talented intuitive coach, and has helped countless people connect with loved ones and heal their lives. www.whisperfromheaven.com
Last on my calendar is The Santa Barbara Writers Conference, six days of intense writing sense. Speakers, seminars, workshops, panels and pirate workshops.
June 8th through June 13th.
I attended this event last year and every thing that has been said about it is true. It is the best of the bestest. Oh well, I doubt if anyone but me has said that.
The Santa Barbara Writers Conference draws the elite crowd and those aspiring to become a part of it.
Sue Grafton and Elizabeth Berg are a teasing sample of the speakers. Monte Schulz, son of Carl Schultz, coordinates the entire production and he does it flawlessly. Editors and agents fromThomas Dunne Books/St. Martins Press, NS Bienstock, and Full Circle Literary are others contributing to this powerful lineup.
Since 1972, the Santa Barbara Writers Conference has been connecting writers with mentors, agents and editors. Every summer, writers in many genres from around the world gather to participate in a magical week of intensive work focused on story, voice, craft, marketing, and networking with fellow writers and publishing professionals.
The conference has hosted a legacy of America's best writers, including Ray Bradbury, William Styron, Eudora Welty, James Michener, Sue Grafton, Charles M. Schulz, Clive Cussler, Fannie Flagg, Elmore Leonard and T.C. Boyle.
Join us this summer for our 41st anniversary, June 8th – 13th 2013, and contribute to this on-going literary legacy.