THERE IS NO SINGLE RIGHT WAY to write a great book, only an infinite number of wrong ways. Today the same holds true for publishing a great book. Whether pursuing traditional print or electing to self-publish, success will ultimately hinge on settling only for exceptional: exceptional craft, exceptional execution, and exceptional presentation of the finished book.
An extension of the Southern California Writers’ Conference (SCWC), which has facilitated over $4 million worth of first-time authors’ book and screen deals, the Summit is committed to helping storytellers break the cycle of rejection and attain a level of exceptional necessary for their work to succeed in today’s marketplace.
Unlike our larger SCWC events, the Summit is a two-day intensive consisting of three exclusive tracks, strictly limited in attendance. Held near Bend, Oregon, in the resort community of Sunriver, here is where emerging writers will find the guidance they need from accomplished professionals who’ve already bested the blank page, repeatedly and successfully. Seasoned authors eager to transition into unfamiliar territory, or in need of a fresh perspective, will also discover vital insight that resonates and reinvigorates.
There are three tracks to choose from in our Spring 2016 session:
“Good enough” is anything but when writing for commercial publication. If you’re a writer preparing a manuscript for conference critique, agent/editor submission, or independent author-publication, then you must strive for exceptional. You’ll find it at the SCWC’s Sunriver Writers’ Summit.