Pikes Peak Romance Writers Event Feb 28


Sunday, February 28, 2010

2:00 – 4:00 p.m.

Falcon Police Station
7850 Goddard Street
Colorado Springs, CO

Pikes Peak Romance Writers of Romance Writers of America®
“Pet Peeves in Romance Novels and How to Avoid Them” with Jessica Wulf Join PPRW as we welcome multi-published author Jessica Wulf discussing “ Pet Peeves in Romance Novels and How to Avoid Them.” As part of a ten-year sabbatical from writing, Jessica used her time to look at her roots, including how she got started as a writer, and what influenced her in terms of how
she structured her own stories. Her studies included mastering the basics of writing craft and technique, research and practice in the art of storytelling, and reading hundreds of romance novels to understand the market. During this time, she learned what to do, and, just as important, what NOT to do in her own writing. Jessica will show you how to identify your own pet peeves and share techniques for getting around them in your writing. A native of North Dakota, Jessica has spent most of her life in Colorado, where she lives with her husband and three dogs. She won the Romance Category of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers Colorado Gold Contest in 1992 and THE IRISH ROSE was published in January of 1994. Between then and October of 1998 five more books were published, including THE WILD ROSE, which had a print run of 100,000 copies. She is currently working on a fantasy trilogy proposal that has been requested by an editor at Del Rey.

PPRW Members, free. Guests, $5.00.

For more information please contact:
Michelle Major, Pikes Peak Romance Writers Publicity Chair

Pikes Peak Romance Writers
A Chapter of Romance Writers of America
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Jodi Anderson
PPRW Co-VP Programs


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