WisMissus Podcast Episode 2 - Conferences and Book Festivals

Welcome to the WisMissus Podcast: Reading, Writing & Roaming around Wisconsin, the Midwest, & Beyond. 

This is a podcast for authors by authors! (And also readers who want the scoop on what authors are REALLY thinking.) Join Valerie Biel and TK (Tracey) Sheffield as we share topics to help our fellow writers as well as fun tidbits on what we’re reading and where we’re roaming. We're planning nine episodes in 2024 with topics like agent searching (episode 1), indie vs traditional publishing, book launch basics, helpful writing conferences (episode 2), elements of mystery writing, and more! 

ABOUT US—YOUR PODCAST HOSTS:

As you know—or maybe you don’t if you’re new to my website—I’m the author of the award-winning Circle of Nine series as well as a publicity professional who aids other authors with their book launches and marketing. (You can see all my social media links in the footer of this page.) And head on over to that side bar and click subscribe if you want this content delivered directly to your email inbox.

Tracey writes stories for readers who want to laugh and escape. She is the author of the award-winning Backyard Model comic culinary cozy mysteries, and other books. She is found at her website, TK Sheffield Writes, and her Instagram, The Backyard Model.

ABOUT EPISODE 2:

We talk briefly about  where we've been roaming lately and then jump in to a discussion about writing conferences and book festivals for 2024 that you may find helpful, fun, and great to attend in the coming months. 

EPISODE 2 RESOURCES:

The list of writing conferences and book/literary festivals we talked about can be found HERE.  

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