TWO Magnificent OWLS in March

Whether it’s your manuscript or your writing business that needs work, we have you covered with our next two OWLS.  They start next Monday, so don’t delay or dither – decide!

lanaBuilding Your WordPress Author Website
From the Ground Up

with Lana Pecherczyk

Take control of your career and learn how to manage a simple WordPress website and blog then turn it into a successful self-managed powerhouse for your author business. Learn via easy walkthrough videos as Lana builds an author website before your eyes, and talks about content creation, e-commerce, traffic acquirement and more. Downloadable PDFs and worksheets will be available so you can revise at your leisure. Whether you’re a digital immigrant or an author just wanting the latest hot tips on WordPress, you can get the author targeted advice from the current RWA Webmistress Lana Pecherczyk. Each student must be prepared to either set up a free WordPress.org account, or purchase a domain and hosting (explained how to inside the course).

Register and get more details here

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Bring your story into focus:
why ‘show don’t tell’ is a layer cake

with Sandy Vaile

Bring your story into focus

Why ‘show don’t tell’ is like a layer cake.

‘Show don’t tell’ is the lynch-pin of great writing. I’m sure you’ve all heard the term, but are you applying it effectively? Delve into the vivid realm of showing, and realise a balance between description and brevity that will captivate readers and not let them go.

This course best suits modern fiction writers.

Register and get more details here

Hoot Hoot! Two OWLs!

Manuscript getting away from you? Characters confused about their Goals, Motivations & Conflicts? You need our February Owls! For GMC, see http://romanceaustralia.com/a-sparkling-guide-to-gripping-goal-motivation-conflict/ and Aeon Timeline, see http://romanceaustralia.com/quickly-learn-aeon-timeline-for-fiction-writers-authors/

An OWL a month keeps the skills rolling in

Do you know about RWA’s Online Writing Courses, the OWLS? They are fabulous, open to RWA members and non-members, and an excellent value way to improve your writing skills from the comfort of your own desk. RWA uses Moodle for the communication so that you can pose questions to your lecturer whilst watching her presentation on your computer. Lectures generally take place once a week for a couple of hours but if you have to miss one, don’t worry. They’re available as downloads.

The September OWL course is Magazine Feature Writing for Authors. It will be run by the dynamic, energetic and fabulous Laura Greaves, former fulltime journalist, magazine writer and published chick-lit author. It’s only $25 for members and $35 for non members. Best hurry to sign up because the first of four session is next Tuesday 31 August! You can book here or email your enquiries to owl@romanceaustralia.com.

 

Laura Greaves online course in magazine writing

Event Announcements

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Write your novel in a month starting November 1, 2013.  Meet other writers online and in person by joining a community in your area. By signing up for NaNoWriMo you have the added benefit of pep talks and support all while you track your progress.

Thanks to Kylie Griffin for sharing a great post written by Kristen Lamb on what the purpose of National Novel Writing Month is all about. Link – http://warriorwriters.wordpress.com/2013/10/11/nanowrimo-training-lean-mean-writing-machines/

Promotional Opportunities

  • The Romance Reviews

Let’s end the year with a bang! With a YEAR-END SPLASH (YES!) PARTY in the month of November! More exciting games and prizes for readers, and at the same time, more exposure for your books.

DATE: November 1 to 30, 2013

PRIZES: Grand Prize: $100 GC. Other Prizes: GCs, book giveaways, etc.

PARTICIPATION DETAILS:

If you wish to participate in this promotional opp contact Carole at carole@theromancereviews.com or visit the website at http://www.theromancereviews.com. Due to the expected huge volume of email, please allow me to get back to you within 10 days before sending a follow up email.

*** PERMISSION TO FORWARD GRANTED ***

  • Hearts Talk for RWA Members

If you have good news or a New Release, for the November issue of Hearts Talk, could you please send them to htgoodnews@romanceaustralia.com before 8th. If you are sending a new release, please include – RWA Member number, TITLE, AUTHOR NAME, PUBLISHER and a cover image. If you also let Catherine know if it’s an e-book, or print.

  • Cruisin’ with RWA (Thursdays on the RWA Blog)

Come Cruisin’ with our two chauffeurs, Enrico and Clint, and visit your fellow RWA Members. Email Juanita Kees at cruisin@romanceaustralia.com.

Member News

Share your ‘Happy Dance’ moments and we’ll help you celebrate: a new release or re-release, new contract, new agent, competition wins etc.

Cruisin’ the Blogs

This is your opportunity to have the spotlight on your blog. Share the dates, sites and subject matter of your blog here and drive traffic to your blog spot.

If you’ve visited a blog that you think might be of interest to our members, send me the link and the title.

Enrico’s Pick Six

Every week we spotlight 6 member blogs. Ask to list your blog under Members Blogs and your site will be promoted on a rotational basis too.

  • Event Announcements (Sundays on the RWA Blog)

If you have a library talk, workshop, book-signing, competition or any other writing-related event to share, please send us the information to: cruisin@romanceaustralia.com

ContestsA list of all the RWA Contests and dates for the year

Challenges

Helping you achieve deadlines or simply providing support to drive you forward in challenges like BIAW and 50K in 30 Days

Upcoming Events

Craft specific workshops and events to assist you on your writing journey

Online Events

Online Workshops, Webinars and courses of interest

  • RWA Member Promotional Blogs

New to RWA? Introduce yourself and your writing. Here are a few other promo opportunities for our members. For more information, email  blogmistress@romanceaustralia.com

A Day in the Writing Life of… 

Author Spotlights

Blog Bites

Writer’s Classes, Groups, Library Events & Workshops

October 2013

  • Savvy Authors

Scrivener is the premier application for the creation of novels, novellas, and like works. This course will teach you, the writer, how to best use Scrivener for everything from planning your scenes to generating output for your critique group, e-reader, or publisher. Lectures will be presented in a video format with written summaries. One evening a week the instructor will have a live question/answer period using audio/video and screen sharing to best answer those tricky problems.

*Please note: This class applies equally well to Scrivener for Windows and Mac

When: September 30 – October 27, 2013

Where: The Savvy Forums

Cost: Premium Members $25 / Basic Members $35

FMI: http://savvy.citysoft.org/index.cfm?fuseaction=Calendar.eventDetail&eventId=1858

Fiction Fundamentals – a one-day writing intensive workshop. Inform. Excite. Ignite. Register for Fiction Fundamentals

Are you committed to writing, but not sure how to get started? You have a story idea, and are overwhelmed by the complexity of the header narrowtask? Or you’ve started, maybe even published, and you want to explore and improve your craft? Perhaps you’re considering the path of self-publishing?

The Write Chicks are multi-published romance fiction authors, Shannon Curtis and Paula Roe. Together, they have over 12 years’ writing experience. They will be joined by Jennifer Brassel, published author and creative writing instructor and for one day these professional authors will share their experience and techniques for writing and publishing in an intensive seminar designed to boost your own skills and knowledge.

Whether you’re looking to learn something new, or wanting to hone your craft, this writing boot camp will deliver value for money. Three authors. Intense, comprehensive sessions. One event.

When: Saturday October 19

Time: 9:00am – 4:00pm

Where: Novotel Parramatta, 350 Church St, Parramatta.

Cost: $120

  • Rhythm and Pace ~ Toni Jordan (Melbourne Writers Guild)

Thanks to Romance Writers of Australia’s Grant Scheme Melbourne Romance Writers Guild have Toni Jordan, an acclaimed author and teacher of creative writing at RMIT University, presenting a seminar on Rhythm and Pace, in Melbourne.

When: Sunday October 20

Time: 1:00pm – 4:00pm

Where: The Melbourne Romance Writers Guild, Fitzroy Library, Moor Street, Fitzroy (please book early).

Cost: No charge (RWA approved grant workshop and free to RWA members)

Contact: Elvina Payet via melbournerwg@gmail.com

*Places are limited so please get in early.

November 2013

Beyond Q Bookshop will be launching Susan’s debut novel, ARAFURA. Refreshments will be provided. This is a free event but numbers are limited. Besides being a romance novel with a criminal twistARAFURA encompasses other themes including Post Traumatic Stress Disorder, Indigenous education and domestic violence.

When: November 7, from 6pm

Where: Beyond Q Bookshop, Curtin, Canberra

Cost: Free – numbers are limited

FMI and to reserve a seat contact:  susanlattwein@hotmail.com

CAE is running Beverly Eikli’s Short Course, Write Romance and Sell it:

Do you want to write a romance novel? Do you have a manuscript or two gathering dust? Multi-published and award-winning romance author Beverley Eikli will help you develop that kernel of an idea that sells a romance. Learn practical devices to improve plot, pacing and presentation, as well as how to pitch to traditional publishers, e-publishers, independents and small press. Beverley will also discuss self-publishing, changing markets and what editors are looking for.

When: November 02 – 23

Time: 10.00am-1.00pm

Cost: 4 sessions Full Fee: $320.00 | Concession: $310.00 Find out more on their website.

Online Events

Classes are run from Margie Lawson’s website using on-line teaching software used by universities. Take a cyber tour before you start your class and introduce yourself.

Affordable forum-style writing classes

A double Golden Heart finalist in 2006, Julie Rowe has been writing for over ten years. Julie  teaches a variety of workshops and is the moderator of the Announce Online Classes email loop, which promotes online classes for writers.

To subscribe to the Announce online Classes email loop, send an email to: Announceonlinewritingclasses-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

RWA Conference 2014

Romance Rocks!

4 days. 30+ workshops. Over 300 writers, editors, agents and publishing industry professionals. One epic conference.  Join us in Sydney with guest speakers; thriller writer and writing craft author, James Scott Bell, along with award-winning, best-selling romantic adventure author, Cherry Adair.

When: August 7-10 2014
Where: Novotel Sydney Olympic Park, Homebush

Keep an eye out for updates on the blog and website for more information.

Contests

RWAus contest season is now open. Closing dates for the 2013-14 contest season:

Selling Synopsis 22 November 2013
Emerald Award 22 November 2013
Little Gems 31 January 2014
First Kiss 14 February 2014
Valerie Parv Award TBA April 2014

Awards

The EllaPrint

RWA is excited to launch a new contest for published novellas. To be known as The Ella, the romantic novella of the year award will be a reader-judged contest, and the winner will be announced at RWA’s national conference in August.

The RUBYPrint

The Romantic Book of the Year Award, affectionately known as The Ruby, is our premier award and the only one of its kind in Australia. Voted on by Australian readers, this contest is open each year to any Australian or New Zealand romance author who has published a long or short romance novel.

Event Announcements

logo_yellow_bgIf you have a writing class, book-signing, competition, blog hop, library talk or any other exciting event coming up, please share it with us at cruisin@romanceaustralia.com.

RWA Conference

Riding the waves: Writing romance in tempestuous times

August 16 – 18 2013 –The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia

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Registrations are now open for RWA’s 2013 The Claytons BE THE BOOK Online Conference!

This year’s amazing line-up includes:

  • Alexandra Sokoloff-Keynote Speaker on the 3 Act 8 Scene Story Structure
  • Sue Grimshaw-of Random House’s Loveswept & Flirt lines on The Quick Pitch
  • Mel Tescho-ARRA Nominee on Sensual Tension Regardless of Genre
  • Zana Bell-on the Grommet’s Guide to Publishing
  • And Australia’s own Queen of Romance Valerie Parv-on The Revision Maze

Don’t miss out! Register now at http://www.romanceaustralia.com/claytons_rego.html

ARRA Book Signing Event

BSE3 I'll be signing 400The Australian Romance Readers Association will be hosting a book-signing event in Fremantle, WA this August. It will be held in conjunction with the Romance Writers of Australia conference, and will run from 5.00–6.30 pm on Saturday 17 August at the Esplanade Hotel. The event will be open to the public, with an entry fee of just $7 ($5 for ARRA members). Entry will also include a ticket in our lucky door prize draw for the chance to win one of several prize baskets.

Registration for readers is now open – registration information is available here.

Want to know which of your favourite authors will be signing? Click here.

Contests

Grand prize $10000 & publication with Quirk Books, full novel-length ms featuring fresh, fun, and strikingly unconventional love stories (no vampires, sorry). For official rules & full contest details see the downloadable entry form. Contest deadline October 1, 2013

Turn up the heat on your writing career. This contest is open to any unpublished/uncontracted romance manuscript by all authors.

GRAND PRIZE: The grand prize winner of the contest will have their entire manuscript reviewed by two professional editors at The Author’s Red Room. For More Information, entry form, and rules, see website at http://valleyofthesunrw.com/hot-prospects-contest/ . For questions please email Voshotprospects@yahoo.com

Keeping up Appearances

If you live in or near Melbourne, Anne Gracie is taking a short course in romance writing, to be held over 4 months — a full day workshop on the first Sunday of each month. The course is being run by Writers Victoria at the Wheeler Centre in the heart of Melbourne.

When: 1:00pm – 5:00pm

Where: Writers VictoriaCost: M $325 NM $390

FMI + bookings: http://writersvictoria.org.au/what-s-on/event/writing-romance/

When: Thursday 29th August

Time: 7pm – 8.30pm

Where: Eltham Library, Panther Place, Eltham

Cost: Free

Bookings through Eltham Library,

03 9439 9266 or via their website.

In September, and again in November, CAE is running Beverly Eikli’s Short Course, Write Romance and Sell it:

Do you want to write a romance novel? Do you have a manuscript or two gathering dust? Multi-published and award-winning romance author Beverley Eikli will help you develop that kernel of an idea that sells a romance. Learn practical devices to improve plot, pacing and presentation, as well as how to pitch to traditional publishers, e-publishers, independents and small press. Beverley will also discuss self-publishing, changing markets and what editors are looking for.

When: 10.00am-1.00pm

Cost: 4 sessions Full Fee: $320.00 | Concession: $310.00 Find out more on their website.

AUGUST 2013

  • Tuesday, 13 August 2013 – GORDON, NSW
    Author talk and Q&A at Ku-ring-gai Library with Julia Quinn – 6.30 to 8.00 pm
    Gordon Library Meeting Room

    799 Pacific Hwy
    Gordon, NSW

    Tickets are $5. Please note that you must pre-book
    Phone: 9424 0909
    Email: gordon.library@kmc.nsw.gov.au
  • Friday 16 August 2013 – FREMANTLE, WA
    Reading and Writing Romance in the 21st Century
    the Inaugural Elizabeth Jolley Conference 2013
    More information is available here
  • Saturday 17 August – FREMANTLE, WA
    Book-signing Event – 5.00 to 6.30 pm
    featuring 56 romance authors
    Esplanade Hotel
    Cnr Marine Terrace and Essex Street
    Fremantle
    Tickets are $7 ($5 for ARRA members) and include a ticket for the lucky door prizes

    More information is available here
  • Monday 19 August 2013 – CROYDON, VIC
    Author talk and Q&A at Croydon branch of the Eastern Regional Libraries with Julia Quinn
    12.00 to 2.00 pm
    Croydon Library
    Civic Square, Croydon, VIC

    Bookings are essential
    Cost: $12.50 (includes lunch)

    For more information and to book: website
    Phone: 9294 5640
  • Monday 19 August – MELBOURNE
    Author talk, Q&A and signing with Julia Quinn
    Books on sale from Rendezvous
    Light refreshments will be served
    Queen Victoria Women’s Centre
    210 Lonsdale Street
    Melbourne, VIC
    Tickets are $6 (free for ARRA members)
    More information available on our blog
  • Tuesday 20 August 2013 – BRISBANE
    Book-signing with Julia Quinn – 5.00 to 7.00 pm
    Rosemary’s Romance Books
    144 Adelaide Street
    Brisbane, QLD
  • Wednesday 21 August – SYDNEY
    Author talk, Q&A and high tea with Julia Quinn
    Talk is free; high tea is $42 ($37 for ARRA members)
    Bookings are essential
    More information available on our blog
  • 22 August to 1 September – MELBOURNE
    Melbourne Writers Festival
    Sessions featuring Sarah Wendell (SBTB) and Marjorie M Liu
    More information available on their website
      • Sunday 25 August – MELBOURNE
        MWF panel – Modern Love – panel on romance and erotica featuring Marjorie M Liu and Sarah Wendell
        – 4.00 to 5.00 pm
        Cost: $21.50 ($19.50 concession)
        More information and to book:website
  • Friday 30 August – SYDNEY
    Throbbing Hearts Trivia Night – 6.30 to 11.00 pm
    Cost: $8.50
    To book: website

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Writer’s Classes, Groups and Library Events

Workshops

August 2013

  • Saturday August 17 – How to Wow them with Your Pitch

When: 10:30am – 1:30pm

Where: Auditorium 2, State Library of QLD

Cost: $65

FMI + bookings: http://www.qwc.asn.au/courses-and-events/courses/seminars/awm-author-iq-seminars/how-to-wow!-them-with-your-pitch/ OR call 07 3842 9922

  • Secret Creek Writing School – Bridgetown WA

SECRET CREEK Writing School is dedicated to inspiring children, and adults alike to become aware of their unique power as readers, writers and creative thinkers! We offer small group tuition for children as well as day and weekend writing courses for adults. Come and have a look at what’s on offer….

Special Events

  • Brisbane Writers Festival: 4-8 September 2013

Brisbane Writers Festival brings a page-turning experience to Brisbane from 4-8 September.

  • Melbourne Writers Festival 22 August – 1 September 2013

The Melbourne Writers Festival is the City of Literature’s annual, two-week celebration for writers, readers and thinkers. The Festival runs from Thursday 22 August 2013 to Sunday 1 September 2013. Our Schools’ Program takes place from Monday 26 August 2013 to Thursday 29 August 2013.

  • Random House Events

Keep up to date with Random House Australia’s calendar of events including upcoming author appearances, tour dates and special events.

  • Penguin House Events May – October 2013

Penguin have a list of author appearances up on their website – including Cathryn Hein and Kylie Griffin.

  • Literary Festivals and Events May 2013

For more festival and writing fun, Literary Festivals has a calender packed full of workshops and events.

Online Events

Classes are run from Margie Lawson’s website using on-line teaching software used by universities. Take a cyber tour before you start your class and introduce yourself.

Affordable forum-style writing classes

A double Golden Heart finalist in 2006, Julie Rowe has been writing for over ten years. Julie  teaches a variety of workshops and is the moderator of the Announce Online Classes email loop, which promotes online classes for writers.

To subscribe to the Announce online Classes email loop, send an email to: Announceonlinewritingclasses-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

Event Announcements

If you have a writing class, book-signing, competition, blog hop, library talk or any other exciting event coming up, please share it with us at cruisin@romanceaustralia.com.

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Keeping up Appearances

Kate Belle will be one of four debut authors presenting at the Wheeler Centre’s May Debut Monday. One of the Wheeler Centre’s first events, Debut Monday’s has become a popular way for people to meet and hear from Australia’s emerging writers.

When: Monday May 13, 2013

Time: 6.15 – 7.15pm

Where: The Moat Cafe, 176 Little Lonsdale St, Melbourne

FMI and Bookings: Bookings essential. More information from the Wheeler Centre website: http://wheelercentre.com/events/event/may-yvette-walker-tom-doig-naomi-armstrong-and-kate-belle/

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Special Events

Byron Bay Writers Festival is having a pitching opportunity at this year’s festival in August. More info here. http://www.byronbaywritersfestival.com.au/v2/index.php?option=com_content&view=featured&Itemid=112

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Online Events

Classes are run from Margie Lawson’s website using on-line teaching software used by universities. Take a cyber tour before you start your class and introduce yourself.

Affordable forum-style writing classes

A double Golden Heart finalist in 2006, Julie Rowe has been writing for over ten years. Julie  teaches a variety of workshops and is the moderator of the Announce Online Classes email loop, which promotes online classes for writers.

To subscribe to the Announce online Classes email loop, send an email to: Announceonlinewritingclasses-subscribe@yahoogroups.com

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Writer’s Classes, Groups and Library Events

Are you in Sydney and looking for a dedicated workspace? You can join the Sydney Writers’ Room. For more information: http://www.writersroom.org.au

The QWC offers writers a wide range of workshops, short courses, youth programs and master classes. For a list of dates and courses on offer visit their website.  You can book online at www.qwc.asn.au or by calling QWC on 07 3842 9922.

The beauty of fiction is that it simply knows no limits. Your imagination is your inspiration; creativity is your new best friend. You see, everyone has a story to tell – what this course aims to do is harness all your ideas, thoughts and drafts into a story that’s worth reading

April 29 – Creative Writing Stage 1 

Through weekly modules and resources, this creative writing course will teach you how to:

  1. Kick-start the creative writing process
  2. Tap into your imagination to let the ideas flow
  3. Draw from everyday experiences and memories
  4. Examine the many different types of creative writing
  5. Build a framework – giving structure to your writing
  6. Create memorable characters and bring dialogue to life
  7. and MUCH more!

April 29 – Creative Writing Stage 2

Do you want to take your creative writing to the next level? This course is ideal if you want to extend your skills or if you want to hone your completed pieces of writing. The course will teach you:

  1. How to find, create or extend your main characters
  2. How to make similar characters distinct on the page – what is your character’s ‘journey’?
  3. structuring your story
  4. Climax and resolution: how these shape the final story – and how to write them
  5. The principles of scene development: dialogue, pacing, the manipulation of time, character
  6. The right process of structural editing, copy-editing and proofreading
  7. and MUCH more.

KSP has a list of regular writing groups, special events and workshops on their website for established and aspiring writers.

Gosnells Writers Circle meets at the Knowledge Centre (Gosnells Library) inside The Agonis, on the first and third Friday of every month from 12 – 3pm.

Members write poetry, short stories, novels, articles, hymns, memoirs, plays…

New members and interested guests are always welcome. Feel free to drop in and meet us.

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Workshops

May 2013

Wednesday May 1 – Social Media for Writers (seminar)

When: 6:30pm – 9:30pm

Where: NSW Writers Centre

Cost: M $35 NM $50

FMI + bookings: http://www.nswwc.org.au/products-page/professional-development/seminar-social-media-for-writers/

Saturday May 4 – Self Publishing in the 21st Century with Editor Jennifer Mosher

When: 9:00am – 4:30pm

Where: Mt Heritage Hotel and Spa, Katoomba NSW

Cost: $198

FMI + bookings: http://www.jennifermoshereditor.com/2013/04/self-publishing-in-21st-century-workshop.html

Friday May 10 – In Conversation with Krissy Kneen, Erotic Writer

When: 5:30 – 6:30pm

Where: Northern Rivers Writers Centre NSW

Cost: FREE

FMI + bookings: Ph 02 6685 5115

Saturday May – Digital Makeover for Writers

When: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where: Writers Victoria

Cost: M $130 NM $180

FMI + bookings: http://writersvictoria.org.au/what-s-on/event/digital-makeover-for-writers1/

Saturday May 18 and Sunday May 19 – Romance Writing Bootcamp with Lucy Clark

When: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where: South Australian Writers Centre

Cost: M $180 NM $300

FMI + bookings: http://www.sawc.org.au/whats-on/workshops-and-seminars?task=view_event&event_id=114

June 2013

Saturday  June 15 and Sunday June 16 – The Business of Being a Writer

When: 10:00am – 4:00pm

Where: NSW Writers Centre

Cost: M $225 NM $320

FMI + bookings: http://www.nswwc.org.au/products-page/professional-development/the-business-of-being-a-writer/

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RWA Conference – Riding the waves: Writing romance in tempestuous times

August 16 – 18 2013 –The Esplanade Hotel, Fremantle, Western Australia

Riding the Waves

Riding the Waves

For prices, conference details and the online registration form, please head to our web site:

http://romanceaustralia.com/freo/

Featuring Julia Quinn, Kim Hudson, Nina Bruhns, Sarah Wendell, Laura Bradford and Abby Zidle – and an amazing workshop program – Riding the Waves promises to be an unmissable event.

Plus – register now for fantastic early bird rates and the chance to win an incredible early bird prize worth $1000.

Registration is OPEN!

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