At our second Zoom Scriptwriters’ meeting, we had introductions and everyone shared their loglines. We talked about markets, project update – what are you working on, free resources and webinars, and other news. See the meetings at https://youtu.be/PYT3G8kZyYc.

We will now make this meeting bi-monthly for networking and sharing. Any genre – thriller, romance, family, drama, comedy, children’s, etc. Any format – feature, TV, short, and web. Directors, producers, filmmakers, development, and agents are welcome – tell us what you are looking for. Agenda will include: markets, events – what is on and off, self-introductions, pitch a logline, project update – what are you working on, courses, resources, and other news. Registration is required – up to 100 attendees. This meeting will be recorded and posted unedited on YouTube for your follow-up.The meetings are the first and third Mondays 7pm EST (2 hours). Contact Christine J. Whitlock info@cjcpinc.com for details.

Renaissance Virtual Conference, June 5-7, 2020. Bringing together authors and readers … in the comfort of home. Sponsored by Renaissance Press www.pressesrenaissancepress.ca

Christine J. Whitlock www.cjcpinc.com will be a panelist on Sat. June 06, 3pm EST on Building a Mystery: What draws us in and keeps us hooked? Our experts discuss what works and what doesn’t.

She will be referencing her two published crime flash fiction stories: WINTER COVER and POLICE CALLS.

Three full days of programs, including panels, readings, and general book celebrations with over fifty guest authors, and it’s completely free! https://www.facebook.com/events/2533936420249841/

Christine J. Whitlock’s crime flash fiction story (639 words) POLICE CALLS has been accepted by Humans in the Wild: Reactions to a Gun Loving Country by Swallow Publishing and Mythic Picnic. The book will be published as a print-on-demand paperback, as a PDF, and as an E-book, which will be distributed through Smashwords and/or Amazon.

ANOTHEREALM purchased first-time electronic publication rights for the reprint of my crime/horror flash fiction WINTER COVER (600 words).