Oregonians! Come hear Pamela Smith Hill Discuss Research & How To Write Biography

by @thewritermama on March 12, 2012

This Sunday, I am hosting Pamela Smith Hill at the Northwest Author Series in Wilsonville, Oregon, at 3:30 pm at the Wilsonville Public Library. Cost is $5.00 at the door.

Pamela Smith Hill is the author of Laura Ingalls Wilder, A Writer’s Life.

I realize that not everyone who reads this blog is local, but even if you are not local, you can follow Wilsonville High School intern, Hannah Burke’s notes from the series over at the Northwest Author Series blog.

During our fifth season, we have covered a range of topics including writing critically acclaimed books, how to decide if you are writing fiction or memoir, how to whip your literary ambitions into shape, how to turn your passions into paychecks, and how to make a promise and keep it in your storytelling.

Thanks to our sponsors: The Wilsonville Public Library and The Friends of the Wilsonville Public Library with refreshments from Starbucks and Lamb’s Thriftway.

Look forward to seeing everyone who can come on Sunday!

I always have a great time and learn a ton from our speakers.

You can learn how to start your own literary series (or anything else you’d like to start locally) in my book, Get Known Before the Book Deal, in chapter 22, “Host Something.”

If you’d like to get on the Northwest Author Series calendar updates list, visit our website and sign up!

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