Also, I'd like to link to a podcast I did recently with Gray Jones, the creator of TV Writer Podcast, a partner of Script Magazine. When Gray first contacted me about doing a podcast, I was blown away. After all, Gray has done all these great interviews with the writers of TV shows like Criminal Minds, ER, Law & Order, CSI, etc. and so many other amazingly talented people, I half-wondered if maybe his email landed in my inbox by mistake. But no, Gray had picked up a copy of The Emotion Thesaurus, and was struck by how well it would work as a resource for screenwriters. So, we had a great chat, and he asked me all kinds of good questions about writing techniques for conveying emotion, so if you're interested, have a watch/listen!
And just a reminder about three things coming up!
Indie Recon starts on the 19th of February, and it's free & online! This is a great conference for writers who are interested in Self Publishing. There's lots of great speakers, amazing advice on how to be successful as an Indie & making sure your book creates an impact in the marketplace.
WANA Con starts on the 22nd of February, and it's online as well! This conference has a small fee, but it is P-A-C-K-E-D with value! Here's the full schedule of events. If you've ever wanted the professional conference experience, but couldn't afford the costs, then this is a great event to attend!
Finally, our WEBINAR, Using Nonverbal Communication to Wow Readers is open for Registration. The webinar will be 90 minutes long and held on March 6th at 8:00 Eastern. This course includes a ecopy of The Emotion Thesaurus, too! And if you already have one, don't worry. We'll gift your copy to a writer friend of yours if you like. Seats are limited, so reserve yours ASAP!