Free Online Writers’ Conference

IndieRecon 2015– A three-day conference for authors – by authors – live from London.  Best of all, it’s free! Learn from some of the most successful authors in the industry! Education about self-publishing, how to market yourself and your book,

Whether you are a new author or an established pro, there will be session to benefit your writing, editing, and marketing skills.

There are sessions like “10 million copies and counting …” by romance stars Barbara Freethy and Bella Andre, as well as “How to sell a gazillion books” by HM Ward. Both sessions I will be eagerly listening to. There are also sessions on legal issues, how to spot scams, book cover design, common mistakes and more.

Without breaking banks or having to abandon the kids, authors can enjoy IndieReCon online and FREE to any attendee who registers. All sessions will be recorded so you can listen to the recordings later, but you must register.

The online conference is scheduled for April 15-16th 2015 with online seminars, workshops, discussions and masterclasses. IndieRecon is presented by the Alliance of Independent Authors.

Click here to register

Click here if you want to check out the schedule of sessions.

“Missing”

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“Where is Dominick? Has anyone seen Dominick?” Kim’s panicked voice rose with each syllable. Frantic, she searched room to room throughout the huge rental for the missing four-year-old. It was barely dawn on the coast of the crisp Pacific Ocean.

The Clausen family rented a three-story furnished house with a beautiful view a block from the ocean for their annual family reunion. Sleeping quarters were tight for 25 people, no matter how many camped out on the floor. Dominick’s single mother, Jen, decided to spend the night elsewhere. She knew her kids would be safe with the cousins and adult relatives staying in the house for the night. Her Aunt Kim assured her they would be fine and not even miss her.

Uncle Jeff, still groggy from sleep, rose from the couch to rattle the front door. “The door isn’t even locked. You did lock this door last night, didn’t you, Kim?”

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