Monday, March 23, 2009

Don Helin to participate in talk show about getting published

Congrats to Don Helin on the release of Thy Kingdom Come from Medallion Press! Don was the featured author earlier on this blog. He’ll be participating in the first live Medallion Press Radio show on Saturday, April 4, 2009, at 7:00 p.m. CST! The event, described below, is titled Writing a Great Manuscript and Getting It Published.

Want to get published? Join us at www.blogtalkradio.com/medallionpress for a special live edition of Medallion Press Radio on Saturday, April 4, from 7 p.m.–9 p.m. CST. This is a live, round-table discussion about writing a great manuscript and getting it published. Call in and ask questions of our Medallion Press authors live, on air, or text in questions via the chatroom. We’re only presenting this live show once in 2009, so make sure to tune in if you want to call!

Participating authors include Beth Ciotta, author of Jinxed (Medallion Press, 2004), Charmed (Medallion Press, 2004), Seduced (Medallion Press, 2005), Lasso the Moon (Medallion Press, 2006), Romancing the West (Medallion Press, 2007), and The Fall of Rome (Medallion Press, July 2008). Beth also writes The Chameleon Chronicles series for HQN and is a member of Romance Writers of America. Kathy Steffen is the author of the award-winning First, There Is a River (Medallion Press, 2007), Jasper Mountain (Medallion Press, November 2008), and the upcoming Theatre of Illusion (Medallion Press, May 2010). Kathy is a member of several writing associations, including Novelists, Inc. , Mystery Writers of America, and Romance Writers of America, and she also teaches writing courses at the University of Wisconsin. Don Helin is the author of Thy Kingdom Come (Medallion Press, March 2009), his first published fiction novel. Don is an active member of Pennwriters, a statewide Pennsylvania writers' group, as well as the International Thriller Writers.


Don says, " I'm pleased to be invited to participate on the Author's Panel for the Medallion Press Radio program. I've been helped a great deal by my membership in Pennwriters as well as my critique group.
I plan to stress the importance of contacts and working with other writers to improve not only the craft of writing but also the business of writing.
I hope everyone enjoys the program, and I look forward to any feedback you might have."

If you are on Facebook, the event is also listed there. Don't forget to save the date - Saturday, April 4 at 7 p.m.

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