The History Quill Virtual Writer’s Conference – February 2022

I’m really excited to share that The History Quill are running a Virtual Writers Conference from 2nd-6th February 2022.

Why am I so excited? Well, firstly I’m going to be involved in not one but two panels. And, secondly because I think writers really need these sort of conferences to learn and share information – especially for the more anti-social of us (me) who aren’t very good at getting out there and asking questions.

From now until 22nd December, there is an early bird discount for those booking. And what I think is great is that you can choose your days and ‘build’ your own conference. Each day has a theme, and if you’re not interested in that theme, then you don’t need to attend.

Day 1 – The Future of Historical Fiction

Day 2- Book Marketing in Historical Fiction (I will be involved in a a panel – Three Book Marketing Success Stories)

Day 3-Publishing and Getting Published

Day 4-The Craft of Historical Fiction

Day 5- History and Research (I will be involved in a panel – The Relationship Between History and Historical Fiction)

There’s an intention that those in the UK and US will be able to fit this around their own timetables – for those who are extremely keen, you can attend from about 10.30/11.30am-2.30am every day of the conference, but the sessions will be recorded, and available afterwards, so you don’t have to attend everything ‘live.’

If you’re not sure about attending the conference, do be assured that The History Quill have been running standalone masterclasses for quite some time now. I’ve attended three of them and they were all excellent and I learned something from the great presenters.

If you’re interested, then please do check it out. There’s some great names on the panels – and if you use my affiliate link here, I will be rewarded for encouraging you to join me at the conference.

Right, I’m off to start work on my presentations – so much to say, how will I fit it all in?

Author: M J Porter, author

I'm a writer of historical fiction (Early England/Viking and the British Isles as a whole before 1066, as well as two 20th century mysteries).

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