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Writing Life-Changing Nonfiction

Writing Life-Changing Nonfiction

Each Monday we are highlighting one of the Major Morning Tracks for the Mount Hermon Christian Writers Conference.

Choose one of seven tracks designed for writers at every skill level for your Major Morning Track—Saturday, Sunday, and Monday.

Designed with three parts packed with benefits.

  • Morning Instruction
  • Morning Writing Assignments in conjunction with teaching
  • Afternoon Mentoring Groups

Alice CriderInstructor: Alice Crider, Senior Acquisitions & Development Editor at David C. Cook

Alice Crider a Senior Acquisitions & Development Editor at David C. Cook. She began her career in Christian publishing at David C. Cook in 1998, moved to Alive Communications in 2001 and then to WaterBrook Press in 2004 where she progressed through editorial ranks acquiring and developing manuscripts. Along the way, she became a certified life coach and published several magazine articles with Focus on the Family. Before returning to David C. Cook, she worked as an Agent with WordServe Literary Group representing 40+ authors. Alice lives in Colorado, where she enjoys hiking, horseback riding, organic gardening, and time with her family.

 

Major Morning Track #1 of 7

Writing Life-Changing Nonfiction

Have you written a non-fiction book (or two) that hasn’t quite hit the mark high enough for a traditional publisher? Have you published or self-published a book that didn’t reach as much of your audience as you intended? In this workshop, Alice will talk about how to reach and engage your audience by tapping into a felt need they don’t even know they have. Look at the characteristics of best-selling books and how you can use the same techniques, and Alice will provide “results-based” coaching that will help you take a quantum leap forward in your writing career. Bring your current project and/or new ideas, as well as some white paper and a blue ink pen (you’ll see why), and be ready to transform how you approach your writing career.

What questions do you hope Alice will answer in the class?

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