Five Reasons to Follow This Blog

Please forgive the lack of posts over the last month.  Sometimes life gets in the way of keeping up responsibilities.

Here’s are five reasons to keep following this blog.  These are some of the websites to visit for information about our keynote speakers and other presenters for this year’s Frontiers in Writing Conference to held June 29-30 here in Amarillo, TX.  Enjoy!


Candace Havens will be speaking at Frontiers in Writing June 29-30 and keynoting one of the luncheons. Follow this link to her blog:


Harvey Stanbrough, award winning poet and author, will be keynoting a luncheon and speaking at this year’s Frontiers in Writing, June 29-30. Follow the link to read his blog and learn more about Harvey’s work:


Phyliss  Miranda, New York Times Bestselling Author will be conducting session on characterization at the June29-30 Writers Conference. She blogs with several other western romance authors at If you’re a romance fan, you’ll enjoy the information posted by these award winning authors about all things cowboy!


Jodi Thomas will be keynoting our dinner at Frontiers in Writing Conference, June 29-30. Her book, JUST DOWNTHE ROAD, the fourth in her Harmony series, has just been listed as #15 on the New York Times Bestseller List!  You’ll get an opportunity to hear this inspirational author on Friday night.  We hope to see you there!


PPW member, Joe Trent, will be conducting a session on “Using Person, Tense and Depth to Frame Stories” at the June 29-30 Writers Conference. You can learn more about Joe and his work by visiting his website:


Nancy and Craig Keel will be conducting a first timers orientation for newbie writers who have never attended a writers conference before. Wanna-be authors who have registered for Frontiers in Writing, June 29-30, are invited to a special session on Thursday at Barnes and Noble. Ask Nancy and Craig anything, then follow your dream and become published!


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