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Critiquing Presented by Camy Tang

http://www.romance-ffp.com/event.cfm?EventID=71

Last Chance to Register

Self-editing can be both fun and easy! Learn common things to look for in

your own manuscript, and learn tricks for critiquing others, as well.

In my years as a freelance editor and in working with the editors at my

publishing houses, there are several issues that often come up in

manuscripts I critique and in my own manuscripts, over and over again. Learn

what they are so you can polish your own manuscript and make it clean and

professional. In addition, it will help you know how to critique others'

stories with both sensitivity and insight.

WHEN:

March 1, 2010 through March 28, 2010

WHERE:

This workshop will be conducted via a Yahoo! email loop. Email invitations

will be sent 48 hours prior to the beginning of the workshop.

HOW:

Just register for the workshop and complete the payment process via PayPal.

The cost is $10.00 for FFnP members and $20.00 for non-FFnP members.

REGISTRATION: http://www.romance-ffp.com/event.cfm?EventID=71

JOIN TODAY to take this workshop for only $10! If you are a current member

of FF&P, please log into the website before registering for this workshop.

WHO: Camy Tang writes romance with a kick of wasabi. Originally from

Hawaii, she worked as a biologist for 9 years, but now she writes full time.

She also runs the Story Sensei fiction critique service, which specializes

in book doctoring. On her blog, she gives away Christian novels, and she

ponders frivolous things like dumb dogs (namely,

hers), coffee-geek husbands (no resemblance to her own...), the writing

journey, Asiana, and anything else that comes to mind. Visit Camy and sign

up for her newsletter Yahoo! Group for monthly giveways!

Her most recent book is "Deadly Intent"

THE SCENE OF THE CRIME

The Grant family's exclusive Sonoma spa is a place for rest and

relaxation--not murder! Then Naomi Grant finds her client Jessica Ortiz

bleeding to death in her massage room, and everything falls apart. The

salon's reputation is at stake...and so is Naomi's freedom

when she discovers that she is one of the main suspects! Her only solace is

found with the other suspect--Dr. Devon Knightley, the victim's ex-husband.

But Devon is hiding secrets of his own. When they come to light, where can

Naomi turn and whom can she trust?

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