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Scott Reintgen Summer Workshop

Calling all writers!

Scott Reintgen is the author of the Nyxia trilogy, the forthcoming Saving Fable, and is contracted for three other novels with Random House. He'll be sharing his tips and tricks of the trade for writing successful query letters to agents and navigating the publishing industry once you've found an agent.

For a $40 fee, participants will:

  • Be preordered for a copy of Saving Fable (September 2019)
  • attend an exclusive two-hour workshop on Saturday, June 15th (12pm) on how to find an agent and get published, led by Scott.

For an additional $10, participants can choose to receive a personalized query letter critique via email from Scott.


Testimonials from previous workshop participants:

"I had the pleasure of taking Scott Reintgen's query workshop. Not only is he a terrific writer, he is a knowledgeable and engaging speaker.  I thought I'd learn a few tips on writing query letters and was pleasantly surprised to learn the ins and outs of the publishing industry. A great course. I would highly recommend it!" 
- Wendy Zalatan, workshop attendee

"I've gotten a lot of query critiques from various places across the Internet, and this is by far the most detailed feedback I've ever had."  
- Paul Crockett, workshop attendee

"If you're serious about getting your book published, then take Scott's workshop. It's clear from the onset that he has a background in teaching because his presentation is highly focused, packed with information, and also fun and approachable. I've been to countless industry workshops and I would rank this one at the top."  
- Cara Brunello, workshop attendee 

Email Jason at marketing@quailridgebooks.com with any questions!

Event date: 
Saturday, June 15, 2019 - 12:00pm
Event address: 
North Hills
4209-100 Lassiter Mill Road
Raleigh, NC 27609
$40.00
SKU: 0408151623

$10.00
SKU: 040815162342

A $10 add-on for registrants of Scott Reintgen's Summer Workshop, a personalized query letter critique from Scott (via e-mail).