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MCWC’s FACULTY SPOTLIGHT:
BEST-SELLING AUTHOR
TIFFANY STOCKTON 

Writers, please continue to pray for our conference. Susquehanna County is scheduled to go green this Friday, which is necessary for us to have our conference. So…as of today we are still planning to have our 2020 MCWC, and we will abide by all state guidelines to keep everyone safe.
Now, about our faculty member of the week:

Tiffany Stockton is an award-winning & best-selling author of 23 novels with 400,000 copies in print. She has a B.S. in education & a graduate of CLASS (Christian Leaders and Speakers Services). With 17 years in the writing industry, she has spoken at the Colorado and Philly Christian Writers Conferences, at ACFW, and has been an annual instructor on ACFW’s online conference. 

Tiffany’s Afternoon Classes


Tues. 2:30 to 3:15 

From Premise to Published

                                                          
It can be a daunting task to take an idea and believe it will one day become a published book, but it IS possible. Here are some key ways you can make sure you succeed in each step along the way.

Tues. 3:30 – 4:15

The Basics of Writing:  Training Wheels to Mt. Biking  

                 
Writing is not for the faint of heart. It takes dedication, persistence, and a never-give-up mindset. But there are also a few things that will help make the transition from training wheels to a two-wheeler and even a mountain bike in no time. And you don’t want to skip a step, or your freewheeling days might be a bit wobbly.

 

                                                   Wed. 2:30 – 3:15

Killing History or Bringing it to Life? 

                                             

Writing historical fiction requires a lot of work. But you don’t want to get so bogged down in research that you forget your story or your characters. And for contemporary, including historical tidbits could liven up your writing. Some tips and tricks for weaving history into your story or your nonfiction narrative and creating a vivid setting are included in this workshop.

 

Thurs. 2:30 – 3:15
                                                                                 

Your Story and your Personality  

Whether you’re writing fiction or non-fiction, your unique personality finds its way into your style, voice, and ability to persevere. In this workshop, you’ll learn about the 4 principal personality styles, as well as the strengths and weaknesses and how you can use both to your advantage. For those who write fiction or utilize fiction elements in their nonfiction, we’ll also discuss personality styles of characters and how to help your characters jump off the page.

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WRITERS WHO NEED TO LEARN MORE ABOUT WRITING/PUBLISHING/MARKETING:

If you plan to attend our conference but have not registered yet, please contact me at marshahubler@outlook.com for a brochure or go to https://bit.ly/2TmCDDf
to see the conference details AND register online.

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