Join us next Saturday, June 20th as we host a panel of fiction authors who’ll answer your questions about the craft, editing and publication.
We’ll meet at Oasis Christian Mission Center
10255 Old Placerville Road, Sacramento, CA
9:30am to Noon
Members attend free, non members pay $15 at the door.
Meet the panelists:
Morgan L. Busse writes fantasy for the adult market. She is the author of the Follower of the Word series, including Daughter of Light, Christy and Carol Award finalist. Morgan lives on the West Coast with her husband and four children. You can find out more about Morgan on her website.
Shannon Dittemore is the author of the Angel Eyes trilogy. She has an overactive imagination and a passion for truth. Her lifelong journey to combine the two is responsible for a stint at Portland Bible College, performances with local theater companies, and a love of all things literary. When she isn’t writing, she spends her days with her husband, Matt, imagining things unseen and chasing their two children around their home in Northern California. Connect with Shannon on her website.
Elaine Faber is a member of Sisters in Crime, Cat Writers Association (yes, you read that right!) and Inspire Christian Writers, where she serves as our distribution coordinator and as an editor for the annual Inspire anthology. Elaine has published three novels, most recently, Black Cat and the Accidental Angel. Her short stories are in multiple anthologies. Stop by Elaine’s website to learn more about her and her writing.
Joanne Butterfield writes historical fiction. Her debut novel, The Dust Settles is the story of an Iowa farm family at the end of the Dust Bowl. The second book in The Planting trilogy releases later this year. She also writes and teaches Bible studies after serving for 20 years as a discussion leader and class administrator for Bible Study Fellowship. Recently retired, she took part in UCDavis’ Creative Writing Program. Joanne lives to read, write, walk and take vacations with her husband, Phil. She finds great joy in her involvement in the lives of her children, grandchildren and great-grandchilren. You can connect with Joanne on Facebook.