>GRW’s 2008 Moonlight & Magnolias Conference (X-posted)


From my local chapter.


Carol Burnside





IT’S 2008! Can you believe it? A new year, a new opportunity to attend one of the largest chapter conferences in the US ! Register NOW at www.georgiaromancewriters.org.


Moonlight & Magnolias Conference

October 3-5, 2008

Hilton Atlanta Northeast,   Norcross, GA.


Don’t miss Georgia Romance Writers‘ 2008 Moonlight & Magnolias Conference. We start early and work hard to bring you the quality conference you’ve come to expect from us because we want YOU to have the writing career of your dreams.


Just look at this spectacular lineup!


KEYNOTE:  NYT bestselling author TERESA MEDIEROS


FEATURED GRW AUTHOR: Award-winning Tanya Michna (aka Tanya Michaels)





Jennifer Schober,  Spencerhill Associates
Michelle Grajkowski,  3 Seas Literary Agency
Pattie Steele-Perkins,  Steele-Perkins Literary Agency
Miriam Kriss,  Irene Goodman Literary Agency

Abby Zidle, Sr. Editor,  Pocket
Heather Osborn, Editor, Tor/Forge
Wanda Ottewell, Sr. Editor,  Harlequin Superromance
Diana Ventimiglia, Assoc. Editor,  Silhouette Desire

   Check website for future additions to this list.



__ Friday morning pitch workshop
__ Bookseller/Librarian Koffee Klatch

__ Literacy Book Fair and Autographing

__ Cold Reads by Editors & Agents

__ Pro-sponsored after hours workshop

__ A dessert party with dancing to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the prestigious Maggie Awards Ceremony.

Doesn’t that sound like fun?


Early Registration: $190 ($180 for GRW members)

Room Rate: an incredible $75 per night

FREE parking!

Go to our website (www.georgiaromancewriters.org ) for ALL the details.  Register before May 1st and you’re automatically entered in a drawing for two (2) FREE hotel nights during the conference!

Your 2008 Moonlight & Magnolias Conference Team
and Darcy Crowder, Conference Chair


2008 Moonlight & Magnolias

Lighting the Path to Success

About Annie Rayburn/Carol Burnside

As an author of sizzling romance, Annie takes contemporary settings. and incorporates twists with sci-fi and paranormal elements.
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