What a great time with Peter from The Stuph Files. Listen to my section below or hear the full show (#0671) on Google Podcasts & Apple Podcasts, Audible, Spotify, Amazon Music, & iHeartRADIO.
Much thanks to This Week in YA for the 5 Questions Interview!
For those attending my sessions on June 4th, here are the PDFs. (This is an optional handout for you, you don’t have to download or have it with you for the session.
TAKING THE MYSTERY OUT OF (WRITING) HISTORY – June 4th, 10:00 AM – 11:15 AM, Stanley Milner Library & Streamed Online.
COPYRIGHT – WHAT WRITERS NEED TO KNOW – June 4th, 3:15 PM – 4:30 PM, Online (Zoom)
WGA_Copyright – What Writers Need to Know
It was a delight to chat with Kristin about how I built my career and share tips/tricks other authors might find useful. Click here for the interview.
What I learned about life from writing Tuna and how my Guyanese heritage informed my style of story-telling. https://www.hachettebookgroup.com/titles/natasha-deen/the-signs-and-wonders-of-tuna-rashad/9780762478682/
To celebrate the release of The Signs and Wonders of Tuna Rashad, Running Press Kids is having a Goodreads Giveaway. Head to https://www.goodreads.com/giveaway/show/345696-the-signs-and-wonders-of-tuna-rashad for your chance to win a copy of Tuna’s story!
Getting from the beginning to the end. What makes a good story and what makes a strong narrative arc? Join 2020 Danuta Gleed Award Winner Jack Wang and Finalists Frances Boyle and Sidura Ludwig for a discussion about the construction of a short story arc. Moderated by award-winning author Natasha Deen, this webinar runs 60 minutes including a Q&A period.
TWUC members who are unable to attend will have access to a recording of the webinar for 30 days. Non-member ticket buyers will have access for 48 hours.