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She Writes in California

It would be great to meet other aspiring writers, either journalists, bloggers or novelists. If we have enough people, maybe we can even hold group meetings and get to know each other even more.

Location: #West USA
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Any NorCal-ers?

Started by Marie Cicogni. Last reply by Patricia Caspers Jun 25. 5 Replies

In the Sacramento area - would love the opportunity to meet up or communicate with other bloggers (novice or otherwise) in this area!Thanks!Continue

LA Writers!

Started by Jacqueline Austin. Last reply by Jacqueline Austin Mar 21. 1 Reply

Just started a group for LA area writers.  It's open to all.  Please post events, news and local  info.  Thanks!Continue

Poets & Writers Literary Roundtable in the Inland Empire, December 5

Started by Ellen Estilai. Last reply by Rossandra White Jan 19, 2012. 3 Replies

Monday, December 5, 2011, 4 pm - 6 pmPoets & Writers, Inc., Inland Empire Literary Roundtable Meeting, Hosted by the Inlandia Institute@…Continue

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Comment by Judith Newton on March 12, 2014 at 2:58pm
It would be great if you could share this with your Bay Area networks.

A Literary and Gastronomical Feast on April 3, 7:30, Books Inc., 2275 Market, San Francisco with Judith Newton and Rebecca Coffey.

http://www.booksinc.net/event/judith-newton-rebecca-coffey-books-in...

Comment by Judith Newton on January 23, 2014 at 12:44pm

Brooke Warner with an r!

Comment by Judith Newton on January 23, 2014 at 12:44pm
Our own Brooke Warne, tells you how to establish a platform for your next publication, complete with a 120 day action plan. Only $60 for a half day class. http://warnercoaching.com/book-passage-get-in-front-of-your-idea/
Comment by Leah Singer on January 8, 2014 at 9:45am

On the blog: The lessons I learned from my daughter's entrepreneurial spirit and Walt Disney. http://j.mp/KE6sK6

Comment by Judith Newton on December 28, 2013 at 12:38pm

Early New Year's surprise:

After the London Book Festival sent me two emails addressed to "Dear Entrant," I thought I hadn't placed and decided I should stop entering contests.  Today, I checked the list of winners anyway and discovered that Tasting Home had won first place in Autobiography and Biography! There are some lessons here. Always read the fine print! Don't be too easily discouraged. http://londonbookfestival.com/portal/content.asp?contentid=606

Comment by Leah Singer on December 18, 2013 at 10:44am

Not sure what to put on your holiday wish list? Check out A Gift Guide for Writers: 6 Ideas for a Writer's Wish List: http://j.mp/1i1MrdV

Comment by Judith Newton on December 9, 2013 at 11:51am

Some holiday cheer.  Goodreads Giveaway of my food memoir Tasting Home.Enter Dec 7-23.

Comes with recipes!

Comment by Brenda Moguez on November 25, 2013 at 11:44pm

Dave Letterman made a guest appearance on at my blog today. He and I drafted the top ten reasons (excuses) a writer should’t write. What are your excuses, I mean reasons that keep you from doing something you love? http://www.brendamoguez.com/writers-process/the-top-ten-reasons-not...

Comment by Jennifer Richardson on November 25, 2013 at 7:14pm

I did, but for the most part I found calling or visiting in person worked WAY better. Very few people responded to my emails, but almost everyone I visited took books on consignment or bought them.

Comment by Rossandra White on November 25, 2013 at 7:09pm

Did you email all the bookstores in your area? Did you visit any of them?

 

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