Need a Mentor? Writing Track Provides Expert Guides

Dave ButlerThe Writers’ Track is offering new and emerging authors 15-Minute Mentor Sessions, a chance to meet with a “successful industry professional [authors, editors, and publishers] about business, promotion, the writing process, & career advice.”

How could I resist?

This afternoon, I met with D. J. (“Dave”) Butler as my selected mentor. Dave’s published novels include Witchy Eye, The Kidnap Plot, and City of the Saints. Since he writes in genres I favor, he proved to be a good match. He quickly analyzed my progress as a writer and gave me distinctive advice which directly applied to my individual writing and publishing challenges.

Sign up in the Writer’s Track, Embassy C–D (Hy), for one of the remaining sessions while this incredible opportunity remains available.

Author of the article

Amy L. Herring (Louise Herring-Jones) writes speculative fiction, with a preference for historical fantasy and alternate mystery. Her stories, appearing in fourteen anthologies, include “The Poulterer’s Tale” in God Bless Us, Every One—Christmas Carols beyond Dickens (Voodoo Rumors Media, 2019). Amy is a NaNoWriMo co-municipal liaison. She also coordinates the Huntsville (Alabama) Literary Association’s writers’ group. Visit her online at

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