New York Times Bestselling Author
February 2012 | Volume 3 | Number 2 | www.robertdugoni.com
JOIN ME AT THE SAN FRANCISCO WRITER'S CONFERENCE
I left my heart....in San Francisco. Hence the use of black and burnt orange - Giant's colors.
I'm heading home to teach. Since many of you ask when and where I'm teaching next, here's a heads up. As always, you can find my complete up-coming schedule at www.robertdugoni.com. I'll be on two panels on Saturday and teaching two classes Monday. Visit www.sfwriters.org/ for more information.
Writing Your First Bestseller - Beginning Writing Techniques / Story Structure and Plot
Monday, February 20, 2012 from 9 a.m. to noon at the Mark Hopkins Hotel, SF
New York Times bestseller Robert Dugoni is also a master teacher in the art of writing a bestselling novel. This class provides an introduction to writing techniques and shows writers how to create compelling, deep characters, a plot that works, the basics of grammar, pacing, conflict, and much more.
Writing Your First Bestseller - Advanced Writing Techniques/Developing Characters and Suspense
Monday, February 20, 2012 from 2 to 5 pm at the Mark Hopkins Hotel, SF
New York Times bestseller Robert Dugoni is also a master teacher in the art of how to write a bestselling novel. Bob will share more advanced writing techniques in the afternoon class so it is perfect for self-published and traditionally-published midlist authors who want to take their writing to the next level.
COMING JUNE 2012
Outside of the law, there are no limits to what he will do to save his son...This is David Sloane as you've never seen him before. Determined to get Jake off the path of delinquency, Sloane calls on his old friend, police detective Tom Molia, and the two arrange for a camping trip with Jake and Molia's fifteen-year-old son, TJ. But the night before the excursion, Jake vandalizes a store with TJ, his unwitting accomplice. The boys are sentenced to six months in the county-owned wilderness detention camp, Fresh Start.
As Sloane fights the conviction, he learns there exists a pervasive fear among the local townspeople that goes well beyond Judge Earl Boykin's preying upon troubled teens. Meanwhile, Jake and TJ discover that the detention center has a very different purpose than rehabilitation. With their legal options exhausted and their boys' lives on the line, Sloane and Molia embark on an unlikely rescue operation that just might get them all killed.
In his most personal and important case, David Sloane must fight outside of the courtroom-and the law.
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