Award-winning novelist Robert Macomber will address the members of the Gulf Coast Writers Association on the art of self-editing and critical reading of manuscripts at 10 a.m., July 17 at their meeting and workshop be held at Fellowship Hall, Zion Lutheran Church, 7401 Winkler Road, Fort Myers.
"Making It Perfect or At Least Better" will be an informal discussion by award-winning novelist Robert N. Macomber of one of the most difficult tasks a writer faces - how to edit one's own work. He'll explain his methods to better the product prior to an editor seeing it, most of which he learned the hard way while writing well over a million published words in nine novels and numerous magazine pieces. Some of them may surprise you.
Robert N. Macomber is an internationally recognized award-winning novelist, lecturer and television commentator. Guest author at many regional and international book festivals, Macomber is the creator of the acclaimed Honor Series of naval novels, with readers around the world. On March 1, 2010, the eagerly awaited eighth novel in the Honor Series-The Darkest Shade of Honor - was released to bookstores. When not on lecture, research or book tour journeys, Macomber lives in Matlacha.