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My Adventures in ... Clarksville, TN (2012)

June 2012 marked my fourth time speaking at the Clarksville Writers Conference in Tennessee. Organized by Pat Winn, this event is always attended by great people who are ridiculously great to talk to. I debuted two new speeches—"Your Publishing Options Today" as well as "Create Your Writer Platform," the latter of which was based off my book coming out in fall 2012. I've included some pictures below from the event...

June 2012 marked my fourth time speaking at the Clarksville Writers Conference in Tennessee. Organized by Pat Winn, this event is always attended by great people who are ridiculously great to talk to. I debuted two new speeches—"Your Publishing Options Today" as well as "Create Your Writer Platform," the latter of which was based off my book coming out in fall 2012. I've included some pictures below from the event (all images provided by Bill Larson and Clarksville Online). If you have a chance to go in 2013, I highly recommend it!

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