Events You Won't Want to Miss

We have exciting things planned for Thursday, so come early!!

Deadwood Brothel Museum

Where: 610 Main Street, Deadwood

Walk through one of Deadwood’s houses of prostitution, an industry that operated illegally in the city from 1876 until 1980, when a raid by federal agents finally closed them for good.

Brothels were a fixture on the second story of buildings on Deadwood’s Main Street for more than a century.

Visitors will be transported through this 104-year story with a guided tour of the rooms at 610 Main Street, the original site of the Shasta Rooms brothel. The rooms are curated with a variety of period appropriate furnishings.

Tickets:  $15 each plus ticket company fees. Please note you need to meet at the museum and there is a 23-step stairway to get up to the museum.

Times: Two tours 10:00 and 11:00 am.

Thursday Learning Day

Where: The Lodge at Deadwood conference room 1 p.m. until 4 p.m.
Format: Learning sessions for authors and readers.

Tickets: FREE to attend but you must register ahead of time using the ticket button below to ensure your spot. We have limited space and need to know how many are attending for handouts or other materials.

Our amazing Instructors!! Class info and exact times coming soon!

Molly Rebecca Barari

1:00 pm

The Power of Place: Building a Strong Setting

 
People and the places they inhabit are intertwined. Authors need memorable characters, as well as vivid settings, in the stories they tell. The characters need a place–or places–for the plot to unfold.
 
In this workshop, we’ll discuss how to build solid backdrops for your story. We’ll take a setting from your novel and help it come alive in a new way, using personification and sensory detail. The goal by the end of the workshop is to develop your setting as a character that shines through on its own.
 
Come with an open mind, ready to create and to explore the role of setting in your story. Your other characters will thank you.

Allie Marie

2:00

Pitfalls of a newsletter newbie

In this interactive session, new and experienced authors will learn how to avoid the pitfalls of building a newsletter list, how to initiate contact with potential readers, develop interesting content, determine purpose and frequency of newsletters, and the caveats to be aware of.

Samantha Cole. 

3:00

Maintaining an Active FB Reader Group.

Thank you to our Learning Day Sponsors!! 

Four Sponsorship!! 

Thursday Meet-and-Greet

Where: The Lodge at Deadwood Ballroom
Format: Cash bar with light appetizers

Cost: this is free to attend. Please register for a ticket so that we can plan for how many will attend. Space is limited.
Agenda:
6:30 – 7 PM, Authors Only – meet each other and pick up your neck wallets, tickets, schedules, etc. Receive last-minute instructions/changes, and open question forum with the Hosts
7 – 9 PM, Readers, Cover Models, Author Assistants, Vendors, and Sponsors will join the authors

Thank you to our Meet and Greet Sponsors!!

Family Friendly Western Movie and Trivia Night

Location: The conference room – The Lodge at Deadwood

Movie: The Apple Dumping Gang

Tickets are free but space is limited. You must register ahead of time using the ticket button below to ensure your spot,

Time: 8:00 pm 

 

 

 

Thank you to our Movie Night Sponsors!!

No refund on tickets. The book signing is FREE so no ticket needed to attend that.  

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