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Here is the Friday Panel Schedule. This schedule is subject to change based on any number of factors, you should always check in to the PUB location for updates and changes. Registration will open at 2pm, at the One Oh One Gallery!

Session Numbers are for organizer use.

On Friday, Panels operate from 3pm-6pm.

3:00PM- 3:30PM- Welcome session- One Oh One Gallery

3:30pm-4:20pm

SESSION 18 4/26 Friday LET'S CREATE A PARANORMAL MYSTERY
Margaret C. Morse
   
One Oh One Gallery 3:30p - 4:20p Audience Participation—the presenter(s) take the group though aspects of paranormal fiction—magic characters, powers, world, etc. The group choses elements and puts together the start of a story—witch/pharmacist suspected of poisoning!
SESSION 04 4/26 Friday HOW TO BE A HOOKER... AND KEEP THEM COMING BACK Jenn Windrow    
The Nile Coffee Shop 3:30p - 4:20p Once someone has read your book- you want them to read the next book. Jenn cover that ground, and more.
SESSION 32 4/26 Friday TOP 10 "OH BOYS" OF FICTION WRITING Hal Astell    
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea and Gallery 3:30p - 4:20p Just stay away from these Red Flags in writing fiction.

4:30pm-5:20pm

SESSION 05 4/26 Friday WRITING MEDICAL SCENES OR ILLNESSES Nancy Martineau Tony Martineau  
One Oh One Gallery 4:30p-5:20p In this class, we will discuss writing medical scenes, researching medical topics and finally finding professionals to check your work. Please feel free to bring samples of your work or questions for a nurse and paramedic who are also authors.
SESSION 21 4/26 Friday WRITING AUTHENTIC LGBT CHARACTERS Dharma Kelleher    
The Nile Coffee Shop 4:30p-5:20p Transgender, gay, and bisexual character are increasingly appearing as protagonists and major characters in fiction. Learn about the culture and terminology to create authentic, three-dimenisonal LGBTQ characters that go beyond stereotypes.
SESSION 12 4/26 Friday PLOTTING A MYSTERY Suzanne Flaig    
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea and Gallery 4:30p-5:20p How does a mystery writer go about planting clues and red herrings, fill the book with the usual suspects and the right amount of foreshadowing, enough conflict and suspense to keep the reader guessing whodunit, with a twist at the end?
SESSION 37 4/26 Friday APPLYING POETIC CONCEPTS TO YOUR PROSE Mark Young    
My Darling Dragon 4:30p-5:20p Good writing is good writing, and there are many poetic tool and language arts that you can apply to your prose writing

5:30pm-6:20pm

SESSION 26 4/26 Friday ILLUSTRATING TECHNIQUES FOR A CHILDREN'S BOOK Sherry E Engler    
One Oh One Gallery 5:30p - 6:20p Using my children's book, "Daisy Doo! Daisy Doo? What? Who?", as an example, I will show how to use simple shapes: the circle, oval, cylinder and square to create a character.
SESSION 34 4/26 Friday BLOG AND EXPAND YOUR READERSHIP WHY DO WE BLOG? Brad Graber    
The Nile Coffee Shop 5:30p - 6:20p To maintain an ongoing relationship with our readers. Think of your blog as a subtle way to keep your voice fresh in the reader's mind so that when you launch that next book - they're already engaged - and primed to buy.
SESSION 15 4/26 Friday DETAILS IN HISTORICAL FICTION Bruce Davis    
Jarrod's Coffee, Tea and Gallery 5:30p - 6:20p Critical things to consider when you craft that historical fiction. Where you should take privaledge and where you should stay historically accurate.
SESSION 47 4/26 Friday FRIDAY FLASH FICTION CONTEST TBD    
My Darling Dragon 5:30p - 6:20p 15 Minutes to write the flash fiction, then the attendees pick a winner, for a $10 Starbucks Gift card
SESSION 24 4/26 Friday WRITING FOR TECHNOLOGY (NON FICTION) Jon Bonnell    
Gotham City Comics 5:30p - 6:20p Panel Description