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WNBA-LA 2015 LA Writer’s Conference | March 14th

Hello My Wonderful Followers,

As you know, I’m currently the Social Media Chair for the Women’s National Book Association – Los Angeles Chapter.  That means I’m working hard to promote the organization’s news and events through various social media outlets including Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Google+.  So I wanted to take this time to tell you about the biggest event that the organization puts on every year.

The 2015 LA Writer’s Conference will be held at the Mount Saint Mary’s University, Doheny Campus on March 14th. This all day event will include valuable workshops for authors and those aspiring to be. There are workshops on topics like Creating a Dream Team, the State of the Fiction Market, and Query Letters. There’s going to be great speakers, book signings, and a wine and cheese mixer as well.

If you’re in the Los Angeles area, don’t miss out on this great event. You can visit http://www.lawritersconference.org for more information about the event and how to purchase tickets. Tickets will be 20% off until February 13th.

The Doheny Mansion at Mount Saint Mary’s University, site of the 2015 LA Writers Conference.

The Doheny Mansion at Mount Saint Mary’s University, site of the 2015 LA Writers Conference.

Women’s National Book Association | LA Writer’s Conference March 14, 2015

For my followers who live in the Los Angeles area, there’s a great Writer’s Conference coming up in March hosted by the Women’s National Book Association – Los Angeles Chapter and Mount St. Mary’s College.  If you’re interested in attending visit the WNBA-LA website for more information.


Mount St. Mary’s College and the Women’s National Book Association, LA have partnered up to expand and develop our LA Writers Conference! We welcome a diverse group of local authors, poets, students, literary agents, publishers and booksellers to come together and create the best conference our chapter has ever put together! Attendees will participate in panels and workshops that address the commercial and creative elements that combine to turn imagination into publication.


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