Date and time: September 13 at 7 pm (Central time)
Presenter: Bria Quinlan
Longer form genres have caught onto what SFF writers have known for a long time: Writing short can be a fascinating and lucrative way to write. Bria Quinlan walks through the ways to get the most out of the fewest words. Whether you’re looking for a way to produce more often or how to tell a side story or maybe create a reader magnet, we’ll discuss the basics of keeping it short and still keeping it strong.
Best-selling, award-nominated Bria Quinlan writes stories that remind you life’s an adventure not to be ignored. Her YA Issue books will have you laughing through your tears, and her sweet & sassy Contemporary Romances feature found-family girl gangs you’ll what to be besties with and heroes you don’t want to fall for but can’t seem to resist.
With a lot of training and a little luck, Bria’s gone on to edit for some of her favorite authors and lead workshops that teach authors to better their craft so they tell stronger stories and sell more books.
You can find her at briaquinlan.com