At the West Coast Christian Writers Conference on February 14-16.

West Coast Christian Writers (WCCW), aims to equip and encourage writers of all levels in the craft and business of writing for publication through an annual conference offering quality instruction, industry updates, community, and personal inspiration.

West Coast Christian Writers Contest

Those Pesky Proposals

Instructor: Jane Daly

Do you shudder when an editor or agent says “Send me a proposal?” If so, this workshop will relieve you of the urge to hide under your desk when faced with the task of writing a proposal. No matter if you write fiction or non, we’ll break down the mystery of proposal writing. The next time you hear the words “send me a proposal,” you’ll have the tools you need to get the job done.

Story to Story: Turning a Loss Into a Light  

Instructor: Jane Daly

Have you had a major life interruption that you believe will make a good story? Do you want to encourage others who may have suffered a loss like yours? We’ll talk about how to take your personal story and turn it into a light of hope for others.

The West Coast Writers Conference every year is inspiring and gives writers an opportunity to network as well as a great way to ramp up your creativity and hone your writing skills. In this video interview, WCCW Marketing Director, Laura Christianson, shares almost everything curious conferees want to know about the WCCW Conference.

WCCW is affiliated with Inspire Christian Writers and operates under Inspire’s 501(c)(3).

Jane S. Daly is the Finance Director for WCCW Board of Directors

Jane S. Daly

Jane is an award-winning author of two books, From Grief to Hope, and The Caregiving Season. She has written numerous magazine articles and has been a guest on Focus on the Family’s radio program. She is an active blogger and also teaches at writing conferences. Jane makes her home in the Sacramento area. When she isn’t hunched over her computer, she can be found riding on the American River Bike Trail.

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