Programs


Eden Glenn is available to present to Writers groups, Book Clubs, and Public Library Events. The following programs are available for your group.

Please contact Eden Glenn to schedule your program event via email at: eden.glenn07@gmail.com Subject: Reference Program Booking 

“Short is the New Big”

Investigate the art and strategy of writing short stories, Novellettes, and Novellas (under 30,000 words). An energized presentation which covers everything you wanted to know about writing short and why. Participants will learn techniques of writing short from conception to final sale.

Romance fiction sales are estimated at $1.350 billion for 2013. Commercial Fiction owns a lion share of sales. Ebook and Direct publication sales are escalating. Writing short is a viable technique to get into the industry and build readership while exploring which sub-genre is right for you.

“The Joys of Reading and Writing” or “the Kama Sutra of Literacy”

A university librarian and mult-published author/narrator team up to explore the joys of reading and writing by examining the benefits and pleasures of these literary pursuits. Discover resources and techniques for recreational reading. Reading may encourage your desire to write. Learn fascinating ways to cultivate the hidden writer within you. The presenters will inspire you to appreciate the power of literacy.

Audio Books

Eden Glenn and narrator J.R. Lowe give you the scoop on audio book production from both the writers and narrator side. Answering all the questions you might have about audio book production and breaking into the world of narration and voice acting.

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