Research/General Interest Track

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 5:06 pm

A Day in the Life of a Writer/Book Discussions Readers often wonder what it’s like to live the exciting life of an author. If you’re interested in chatting with Kelle about the general life of a writer—or if you want to host a book club meeting dedicated to one of Kelle’s books, you’ve come to […]

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Promotions Track

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 5:05 pm

Leverage Your Passions, Sell Your Story Ever wonder how your life long passions, interests, and hobbies can supercharge your writing life? Discover the secret of leveraging your life long interests and turning them into platforms that springboard your writing career to the next level as Kelle Z Riley shares the story of how she leveraged […]

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Writer’s Craft Track

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 5:04 pm

Creating Realistic Kick Butt Characters What’s the difference between being imprisoned in the iron grip of a villain vs. a hero? What moves can your FBI heroine use to subdue her quarry? How can he turn the tables on her? This seminar explores techniques and attitudes you can use to create a sense of danger, […]

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Writer’s Life Track

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 4:19 pm

Time Management for Writers Developed for writers who also hold other jobs, this seminar explores the things that may be holding you back from being published and how to tackle the enormous task of having a successful writing career without sacrificing your day job or your sanity. A must for everyone who wonders what’s holding […]

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Career Development

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 4:13 pm

Marketing Yourself From students looking for a first job, to executives looking for a new position, to candidates for office, everyone can benefit from successful marketing skills. Calling on the techniques she used to break into the world of publishing, Kelle highlights the power of Patience, Persistence, Networking, and the importance of “branding” yourself to […]

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Safety and Women’s Issues

Posted at Jun 30, 2014 4:01 pm

Women and Violence: the Fiction and the Facts From the parables of the Bible and Aesop’s fables to modern fiction, storytelling is a mechanism to share basic truths. In a discussion of her novel Dangerous Affairs, author Kelle Z. Riley highlights the psychology behinddomestic violence, and debunks the myths that relegate it to a certain […]

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