My talk to the Ontario Writers’ Conference

Earlier this year, I was invited to give the closing address at the Ontario Writers’ Conference. It was not one of the standard talks I often give about one or another of my books or my strange journey to the published land. So I was a little nervous about it. Anyway, for what it’s worth, you can watch it here if you’re interested or suffer with insomnia…

2 Responses to “My talk to the Ontario Writers’ Conference”

  1. Patricia Filteau says:

    When I was trying to get my protagonist out of Paris, a few words in a twitter message from you did the trick. Off she went on a helicopter that crashed and burned on approach to the helipad on the Thames. The rest of her sojourn in the UK flowed adequately eventfully until I was faced with sending her to Kazakhstan – a place I have never travelled to. Feeling that I could not twitter you again I searched for a Terry Fallis canned prod to get me through this transition. Thank you Terry Fallis for this Talk. It addressed not only how I handle the trip to Kazakhstan on a rare earth (lower case ‘e’) minerals issue but also addressed a number of other fledgling writer issues. Standing in front of the Embassy of Kazakhstan in the freezing cold hasn’t quite done the trick but I will explore options. – A devoted reader. Patricia Filteau P.S. This message is just to you.

  2. Terry Fallis says:

    I’m glad this helped, Patricia. Good luck with your writing.

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