First Draft: A Literary Social with Nadine Séïde Gonzalez | Nadine Séïde Gonzalez

Join Livestream! A guided writing prompt with a twist. Because writing is thirsty work. Have a drink. Write a story. Have another drink. Write a better story. Miami Book Fair […]


First Draft: A Literary Social with Nadine Séïde Gonzalez | Nadine Séïde Gonzalez

Author:Nadine Séïde Gonzalez




A guided writing prompt with a twist.

Because writing is thirsty work.

Have a drink. Write a story. Have another drink. Write a better story.

Miami Book Fair presents First Draft, a series of informal writing events that turn happy hours into great stories.

You’re inspired. But you’re also thirsty. Bring your own drink and log in for a First Draft event and a guided writing prompt. Share your writing. You never know what you might knock out as you knock one back!

Theme: The Spy Who Loved Me
(What Bond films can teach you about adding a romance arc to your genre fiction)

Instructor: Nadine Séïde Gonzalez is a Haitian-American author. A lawyer by profession, she lives in Miami, Florida, and shares her home with her Cuban American husband and their son. Nadine writes joyous contemporary romance featuring a diverse cast of characters, American, Caribbean and Latinx. SCANDAL IN THE VIP SUITE is her latest release for Harlequin Books. She networks on Twitter, but lives on Instagram! Check out @_nadinegonzalez. For more information visit her website: Nadine-Gonzalez.com



Nadine Séïde Gonzalez

Nadine Séïde Gonzalez is a Haitian-American author. A lawyer by profession, she lives in Miami, Florida, and shares her home with her Cuban American husband and their son. Nadine writes joyous contemporary romance featuring a diverse cast of characters, American, Caribbean and Latinx. SCANDAL IN THE VIP SUITE is her latest release for Harlequin Books. She networks on Twitter, but lives on Instagram! Check out @_nadinegonzalez. For more information visit her website: Nadine-Gonzalez.com

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