2012 Workshops Revisited: “Author Archaeology 101” by Jan Cline

Missed a workshop at the conference? Lost your handouts? We’re here to help!

Do you hate to research? Think of it as a treasure hunt. There are unimaginable numbers of facts, figures, and history to discover. It’s much more than a means to an end of information. If you want your research to impact your writing, you must learn to not only embrace it, but let yourself love it. These research and organization tips ideal for beginning writers.

For the outline handout, “Author Archaeology 101,” click here.

To order CD’s for conference workshops, click here.


Jan Cline is a freelance writer, speaker, singer and author from Spokane, Washington. She has had numerous articles and short stories published, including a recent Chicken Soup for the Soul publication. She is founder and director of the Inland NW Christian Writers conference. She has been a member of NW Christian Writers since August, 2010.

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Email her at: jancline@ymail.com


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