Thursday, December 2, 2010

WRITERS ADVANCE BOOTCAMP

Join us in January of 2011 as we pull the troops together
for a time of fellowship, study and artillery training.
2011 looks to be HUGE and we need you armed, prepared and ready to battle.

Look at your calendar for January 20-22 (Friday, Saturday & Sunday)
Where: Ridgecrest Conference Center in North Carolina.

Simply make your reservation and purchase as many meal tickets as you need from the Ridgecrest Conference Center.
Friday night we will lead a workshop on Writing as a Ministry.
Saturday we'll hold workshops on: Writing Devotions for Impact,
10 Ways to Jump-start Your Book Launch,
Top Tips for Getting Great Book Reviews, and
Amazing Results with Amazon.

Sunday morning we will lead classes on: Plotting, Not Plodding and Making a Scene

All of this at NO CHARGE! (Because we want you to Charge Forth!)

If you've been with us for the last two Advance Camps you know that we FILL YOU IN AND UP so you are ready to work, write and minister.

If you are interested in joining us email Cindy at
cindy@christiandevotions.us

We are there REGARDLESS of the weather and last year...the snow was awesome!

7 comments:

Byron Hill said...

Thanks for choosing Ridgecrest for your writers' bootcamp!

Byron Hill
Executive Director, LifeWay Conference Centers and Camps

Mariel said...

i would love more info about the conference!! thank you for making it free :)

mariel
www.growingodliness.com

Amy J. McCart said...

Awesome! If I could only make it for Saturday, would that be OK?

Thank you!!!
Amy McCart
amyjmccart.blogspot.com

Shelly said...

I am already scheduled for Stephen Minister Training . . . otherwise, I would LOVE to make it to the conference.

Is there any way to obtain the information that will be shared at the conference via another route (ie, webcasts, blog entries, etc...)?

Thanks so much for your time and for offering this valuable resource for writers . . . free of charge!

M said...
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M said...

Is this conference mainly for fiction writers?

Monica
www.wisdomvirtuueandrubies.wordpress.com

Kendra Cameron-Jarvis said...

The 20th is a Thursday...so I assume you meant the 21, 23, and the 23rd?
Thanks,
Kendra