The History Quill Convention is back for 2023

Fellow historical fiction writers, I’m really pleased to announce that The History Quill Convention is back for 2023 from Wednesday 1st February to Sunday 5th February and that I will be ‘appearing’ not once but twice – but on the same day (2nd Feb).

If you attended last year, then you can expect more of the same, if you didn’t then you need to know that the focus is very much on writers, how to write and what to expect depending on your path into publishing. I attended all five days last year, made some great new writer friends (two of whom will also be presenting on February 5th), and learned a lot!

Each day of the five-day convention will have a different focus, and attendees can pick and choose which days to attend. And if you book your tickets quickly, there’s also a discount until 19th December 2022.

You can check out the link for the convention here (this is an affiliate link), and have fun picking and choosing which days you might attend.

As I said, I will be speaking and presenting twice on day 2 which is Money and Mindset: How to Succeed as a historical novelist. I will be presenting on How to succeed when you’ve made every mistake in the book (which I did consider calling something a little more blue), and I will also be discussing with my fellow Boldwood authors, Peter Gibbons and Donovan Cook, how to beat writer’s block. And there are, of course, many, many other authors and publishing industry professionals presenting.

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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