Two of the events have a tea party theme, A Regency Chat with Sarah MacLean and Tessa Dare, and Through the Looking Glass with Deb Dixon.
Traditionally, tea parties have served as a way to bring old friends together or entertain new guests in a delightful, elegant setting. These tea parties each have an added attraction. One is an informal setting and access to two New York Times best sellers of historical romance. The second features Deb Dixon, writer, editor and co-owner of Belle Books, who will hold a frank Q&A led by someone who’s been on the front lines and in the trenches for years.
If you write historical romance, or are just a lover of the sub genre, buy some tickets to win a chance for tea & cakes with Sarah and Tessa. If you are interested in discussing the ins and outs of publishing, put your opportunity drawing tickets in the container for a Mad Hatter themed tea party with Deb Dixon.
The other events Saturday evening are Bikers and Cowboys with Laura Drake , Cop Tales with M.A. Taylor, and Self-Promotion with Barbara Vey
The guests are encouraged to ask questions of the authors, and the evening will be as fun as it is informative.
You will be able to purchase your opportunity drawing tickets during the conference at the information table in the atrium of the hotel, so bring some cash. Winners will be announced Saturday evening at dinner.
$ 1 = 1 ticket
$ 5 = 7 tickets
$10 = 15 tickets
$20 = 35 tickets
De bbie Decker is one of the founding Committee Members for the California Dreamin’ Committee. This year she is the Co-Chair for Editor and Agents and is working on the California Readin’ and Book Signing event. She is the author of several books set in small towns. She says, “Home is where my story starts. There is nothing more important than my family and friends. That’s why I write love stories… all kinds of love. I look at my life and appreciate how blessed I’ve been with amazing relationships. That’s another thing you’ll find in my stories – family and friends you can count on when the going gets tough.
After all, LOVE is what makes the world go ‘round.”
Room at the Inn, Key to Her Heart Series is available through all platforms.
Jill Limber, past National RWA President, is the author of fourteen books. As a child some of Jill’s tales got her in trouble, then, to her delight, she got paid for them.
She’s one of the founding Committee Members for the California Dreamin’ Writers Conference and a member of the San Diego RWA chapter.
Jill’s favorite pastime is to gather friends and family for good food, conversation and plenty of laughter.