WWA Saturday Morning
Writing Historical Fiction Workshop
WWA Signature Workshop
(limit 60 seats)
When: Saturday June 13, 2020 - 9 am - 12 Noon
Location: Galloway House & Village - 336 Old Pioneer Rd, Fond du Lac, WI 54935
Pricing & Registration
Registration: $40* ($20.00 for WWA members) includes both workshop sessions .
Registration Cutoff: When 60 seat capacity is filled.
Vendor Registration: Sorry, No vendors at this event.
Liz Tolsma - Turning History into Fiction, workshop session led by inspirational writer and best-selling author Liz Tolsma.
Maybe you have a great family story, or you heard an interesting tidbit of history you’d love to turn into a novel. Practically, how do you go about that? This 60-minute session followed by Q&A will explore what liberties you can and cannot take when using real people’s stories, when and how to change real-life history, how to do your research, and what pitfalls to watch out for along the way.
Visit Liz online at LizTolsma.com
With five historical WWII books, and six novellas to her credit, Tolsma's most recent book The Pink Bonnet, released June 2019 is part of the True Colors Historical Stories of American Crimes Series.
THE PINK BONNET TRAILER
In recent news she is busy with her second book in romantic suspense, The Green Dress, and has recently signed a contract with Barbour Publishing for her third romantic suspense book in the True Colors Crime series The Gold Digger .
Linda Jane Niedfeldt - Creating Snapshots to Build Your Characters and Story, workshop session led by author, writer, editor and photo-journalist Linda Jane (Janie) Niedfeldt. The research process behind writing young adult historical fiction is an interesting journey that you can love nearly as much as writing itself. But where do you begin? What kind of research is available for building historically accurate interesting characters and stories? This will explore how to walk through the many layers of research available and how to use eyewitness accounts, children’s resource books, microfilm, church histories, and, even, Google to picture people in a specific place and year. Through slides and discussions, the class will focus on the late 1920s when German-Russian people fled Russia. 60-minute session followed by Q&A
Visit Janie online at lindajaneniedfeldt.com
Linda Jane (Janie) Niedfeldt published two children's historical fiction novels in the 1990s, then added a third in the series in 2018. A German-Russian girl, Lisenka, is the main character in each book. Janie's current publishing project is an adventure memoir, comprised of 154 vignettes from experiences hiking the Appalachian Trail with her husband and four kids. For more information go to
The Lisenka series:
RED as in Russia and Measles and Love
GREEN as in Springtime, New Life, and God’s Will
WHITE as Christmas Snow, a Candle’s Glow, and Heaven’s Robe
* Registration Fee Refunds
Your registration fee, is wholly refundable on request up to Monday, June 1, 2020. After June 1 no refund is available.