Are you going to ThrillerFest next July? If so, join us for a Pre-Conference Workshop. Space is very limited so sign up now.
Today’s FBI: Crime Essentials For Writers
WHEN: Tuesday, July 5, 2016 (Full-day workshop, exact time to be determined soon)
WHERE: FBI Headquarters, 290 Broadway, New York, New York
WHAT: Hear from FBI experts in Cybercrime, International Terrorism, Criminal Investigations, and More
COST: $100/per person, which includes lunch, drinks, and snacks
Last year’s event was a huge success, so we are offering the workshop again this year. Space is limited.
If you have already registered for ThrillerFest, please email Registrar Dennis Kennett at email@example.com so that he can add the workshop to your registration. The credit card you used for registration will be used for payment.
In your email, if you are a U.S. citizen, you will need to provide the first, middle, and last name shown on your birth certificate; birth city, birth state, and birth country; birth date; and Social Security number.
If you are not a U.S. citizen, the information needed is the first, middle, and last name shown on your birth certificate; country of citizenship; birth date; and your passport number.
Please, no middle initials – full middle names only. This information is used by the FBI to vet your entrance into the building to attend the workshop. If you prefer to provide this information via telephone, you can call Dennis at 636-938-7163.
John Jack Doe
Anytown, TX USA
If you are not registered, please go to https://www.regonline.com/TFXI. You will find the workshop as one of the choices available on the Agenda page.You will need to provide the same information as above. You can register for this pre-conference workshop as a standalone event without registering for the rest of the ThrillerFest conference. But Master CraftFest, CraftFest, PitchFest, ThrillerFest and the Awards Banquet are right there at your fingertips – why miss out on the year’s premiere events in the thriller genre?
Whether you are checking facts, or writing and researching your next novel, if you need a better understanding of the FBI, this seminar is for you!
Kimberley Howe, Executive Director, ThrillerFest
DP Lyle, ITW VP for Education; CraftFest/Master CraftFest Director