Wednesday, January 23, 2008

So You've Always Wanted to Write a Book?

Your dream is about to come true. Dianna Snell, published writer, RITA Award winner and co-author on several New York Bestsellers, is a very gracious supporter of the Fayette Art Center and Gallery. She will be giving a FREE lecture at the Peachtree City Library on Thursday night, Jan. 24th.
Ms. Snell travels around the country holding workshops, so this is real treat.
She will start teaching writing in February at the Fayette Art Center and Gallery, Fayetteville on Monday nights 6:30-8:30. The Art Center is located on Hwy. 54 on the outskirts of Peachtree City near Publix. Fayette Art Center & Gallery, Non-Profit Organization, 2011 W. Hwy 54 Fayetteville, GA 770-631-2780
About Ms. Snell:
RITA award-winning author Dianna Love Snell always liked to do things big…and still does. When she isn’t traveling across the country to produce a gigantic marketing presence for a Fortune 500 company, she’s polishing her latest action-adventure story. She’s been a voracious reader since picking up her first book. While traveling so much, she started writing down story ideas since the characters wouldn’t stay home and leave her alone.

The first book she wrote won nine awards then went on to be published and win the prestigious RITA Award. Her next release will be PHANTOM IN THE NIGHT (Pocket/June 2008), a romantic action-suspense she had co-written with NYT best selling author Sherrilyn Kenyon. Dianna’s debut paranormal, MIDNIGHT KISS GOODBYE ( St. Martin ’s Press/October 2008) introduces an unusual mix of Celtic and Hindu mythology in a mystical world of dangerous warriors.
Dianna has always played way outside the box, which is why she pursues characters and plots that fascinate her rather than jumping on a hot publishing streak…because a story ultimately has to entertain her first. Dianna teaches national workshops and in 2007 she joins Mary Buckham as they take their highly successful Plot YOUR Book in 2 Days workshop to six cities.

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