Killer Nashville Writers' Conference Kicks Off Today
This coming August, Nashville's five-star Hutton Hotel will provide the backdrop for a conference it would be a crime to miss. Agents, editors, aspiring and published authors, readers, and law enforcement professionals will gather at one of the publishing industry's favorite writers' conference, Killer Nashville, for an action-packed weekend of learning, networking, and fun.
Boasting a five-track format and three full days of stellar panels, seminars, workshops, and presentations on forensics and law enforcement protocols, writing techniques, and book marketing strategies, Killer Nashville offers something for everyone and is known for attracting the best writers and experts in the genre. CSI lovers won't want to miss the forensic track, - the highlights of which are the opening session by forensic anthropologist Hugh Berryman and the mock crime scene constructed by Assistant Director Dan Royse of the Tennessee Bureau of Investigation. Sessions will also cover firearms, human trafficking, forensic dentistry, and more.
For aspiring authors,agent/editor round tables provide the opportunity to receive feedback and the possibility of representation from publishing professionals. Published authors will find sessions on marketing, promotion, career building, and time management. Critiques, private consultations, and craft-of-writing sessions can help writers of all levels improve their work and put them on a fast track to publication. There is even a separate track especially for fans to meet their favorite authors and find new books to fall in love with. At the price, it's one of the best educational and career changing values for the buck, bar none.