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Writing and Publishing School

For Better For Worse For Keeps
Writing and Publishing School
with Bob and Cheryl Moeller, homeschool parents
Homeschool juniors through all adults are welcome!

Who: You are invited to For Better For Worse For Keeps Writing and Publishing School, Small enough to know your name, taught by published writing professionals.

What: For Better For Worse For Keeps Writing and Publishing School – topics are How to get Started, How to Get Published, How to Get an Agent, with lots of question and answer sessions. We want to take you up a level from where you are. Are you curious about the process, want to learn a new skill set, have an idea that you want to wade into, or ready to publish, then this is for you.
Welcome to high school juniors through all adults.

When: Friday Evening, March 26, 3:00 Start ordering your dinner. Conference is from 4:00 Pm – 10:00 Pm. Please try to make it on time, as the conference is 6 hours of teaching, discussion, and Q and A.

Where: Pompei Restaurant and Bakery, 1261 East Higgins Road, Schaumburg, IL 60173. 60 seats, so please sign up early. (Please do not contact the restaurant) Contact for information or R.S.V.P.

Cost: Free (A freewill offering will be taken for the For Better For Worse For Keeps Ministries)
Dinner and etc.: On your own at Pompei. Arrive starting at 3:00 to order your food and find a place in the restaurant party room, where we will be meeting. Conference notes are provided free.

Each participant can submit 1500 words before the conference, to be reviewed by Cheryl by phone after the conference. This can be 1500 words for one article or book, 750 words for two different projects. We attempt to accomodate your schedule, if possible.

Teachers are Bob and Cheryl Moeller, married for 30 years, parents of six children (one son-in-law), and three lively dogs:
Bob Moeller, D.Min.: Co-founder of For Better For Worse For Keeps Ministries, TV host, radio personality, For Better For Worse For Keeps National Conference Speaker, The Road to “I Do” Single’s Conference Speaker, published author of 8 books, ghost writer for 4 books, wrote over 100 articles for magazines and newspapers such as Focus on the Family, Leadership Journal, Moody Magazine, Christianity Today, Christian Reader, Light and Life, Standard, Wesleyan Advocate, Marriage Partnership, Christian Courier, David C. Cook Publishing, Standard Publishing, Beacon, and many more.
Published books: For Better For Worse For Keeps (Multnomah 1992), To Have and To Hold (Multnomah 1994), The Stirring (a novel with Thomas Nelson 1995), Love in Action: Healing Conflict in Your Church (Multnomah 1995), AWANA: God’s Miracle (AWANA Press 1998), Keep Courting (2009), Marriage Minutes (1998), For Better For Worse For Keeps ( 2006), Marriage Miracle (Harvest 2010)

Cheryl Moeller, M.A.R.: Co-founder of For Better For Worse For Keeps Ministries, published author of 4 books with national publishers, published six books through own publishing company – sold through websites and at conferences, wrote articles for various publications including Marriage Partnership and, syndicated humor columnist for 7 online parent websites and magazines, stand up comic, speaker for retreats and conferences, and former literary agent for 11 years.
Published books: Marriage Minutes (1998), For Better For Worse For Keeps (2006), and Marriage Miracle: (Harvest 2010).  Self-Published books: 2 Novels with Curriculum – Baby Saves Christmas and Lexi’s Homeschool Diary, 3 Gift Books – Keep Courting: 100 Ways to Keep Courting After Marriage, Crockpot Duets: Two Crockpots Making Beautiful Meals Together, and Aunt Sarah’s Alaskan Cookbook, Preschool Curriculum and supplement – Homeschool Your Preschooler on $1 a Day

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