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Monthly Archives: July 2009

Confidence at Conference

by Angela Breidenbach ACFW Publicity Officer Many Christian fiction writers are gearing up to attend the American Christian Fiction Writers Conference in Denver this September. Some are feeling the pinch of nerves as if their finger were caught in the … Continue reading

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The Value of Face-to-Face Networking in a Twitter & Facebook World

by Jennifer AlLee Don’t get me wrong. I love tweeting to my peeps and keeping up with Facebook buddies. I’ve made a lot of connections in the virtual world. My friend list includes newbie authors, published authors, editors, agents, and … Continue reading

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What It’s All About

by Annette Irby It’s good to have a focus. Golf players zero in on the hole (or the flag across the green). Ball players “keep their eye on the ball.” Runners aim for the tape. As a Christian writer attending … Continue reading

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Conference Prep – Part Three

by Mindy Obenhaus We’ve ordered/printed our business cards, perfected our pitch, polished our one-sheets, and organized our wardrobe. We’re almost ready to go. One more quick note before I totally leave the topic of wardrobe. I couldn’t resist sharing a … Continue reading

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Conference Prep – Part Two

by Mindy Obenhaus This week, we’re going to focus on you. More to the point, your presentation of yourself. I can hear the moans now. But cliche as it might sound, we really do have only one chance to make … Continue reading

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Ten Ways to Connect at the Conference

by Carla Stewart Whether this is your first conference or your twentieth, you have before you an opportunity to connect with people you’ve never known before or renew acquaintances with familiar faces and old friends. It’s all good. None of … Continue reading

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Why I Chose the ACFW Conference-A Newbie’s Perspective

by Jeannie Campbell Hello to all you ACFW Conference Blog Tour folks! I only joined the American Christian Fiction Writers in January. Since then, I’ve had a countdown on my blog for the ACFW Conference in Denver (September 17-20). Which … Continue reading

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Conference Prep – Part One

by Mindy Obenhaus You’ve registered for your favorite writer’s conference(s). Your hotel is booked. Your transportation is squared away. Now the real work begins. Business Cards – Whether you’re a multi-published author or a beginning writer, you’re going to want … Continue reading

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Dining Options in the Park Meadows Mall (Colorado’s only retail resort!) Food Court (AKA Dining Hall)

by Megan DiMaria If you’re looking for an adventure and want to explore the area to find a good spot for dinner on Friday night, one option is to hop on the light rail and head south to Park Meadows … Continue reading

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What to Expect from the ACFW Conference

by Deborah Vogts I can hardly believe it’s that time of year again–time to be making preparations for the Annual ACFW Conference. I am especially excited this year, as it will be the first time I’ll be able to participate … Continue reading

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