WHAT: Join us to hear Jennifer Oakley Denslow speak (general content of speech below in the bio).
WHERE: Virtual, via Zoom (link provided to members and those interested in closer time to the event. If you would like to be sent the link and are not currently on the list, please contact Cuethelight@cox.net).
WHEN: 10:00 a.m. on March 13, 2021
Jennifer Oakley Denslow is
a poet and author of the historical novel, An Ignorance of Means,
written during National Novel Writing Month and self-published Rapier Wit,
the first book in her cozy mystery series about a small-town drama teacher,
will be released in March.
No matter how solitary the act of writing a novel may be, publishing a novel is a team effort requiring the input of beta readers and editors in order to offer the reader the best story possible. Jennifer is a career theater educator whose experience in directing plays and coaching forensics has given her unique insight into the value of asking for and applying critiques. In this session, you’ll learn how to identify the feedback you need, ask the right people to provide it, and apply the advice you receive to make your novel the best it can be before you publish.
Jennifer lives in northeast Oklahoma with her husband in a house with over 5,000 books, none of which both of them want to read.