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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Started by Marie Cicogni. Last reply by Diana Y. Paul Mar 8.
In the Sacramento area - would love the opportunity to meet up or communicate with other bloggers (novice or otherwise) in this area!Thanks!Continue
Started by Jacqueline Austin. Last reply by Jacqueline Austin Mar 21, 2014.
Just started a group for LA area writers. It's open to all. Please post events, news and local info. Thanks!Continue
Started by Lindsay Katherine Lees Mar 4, 2013.
Started by Ellen Estilai. Last reply by Rossandra White Jan 19, 2012.
Monday, December 5, 2011, 4 pm - 6 pmPoets & Writers, Inc., Inland Empire Literary Roundtable Meeting, Hosted by the Inlandia Institute@…Continue
Are you an innie or an outtie? http://www.brendamoguez.com/writers-process/the-reluctant-extrovert/
Dear All, I would so appreciate it if you circulated this to your networks in NorCal. It would be lovely to see some of you local folks there too! We're serving wine and cheese!
She Writes, She Reads: Women and the New World of Publishing
With Authors Judith Newton, Jessica Levine, and Rossandra White
May 17 – 7:30 PM • The Avid Reader • 617 Second Street • Davis, CA 95616 • (530) 758-4040
May 17th at 7:30 p.m., the Avid Reader bookstore in Davis presents book readings and discussion with authors Judith Newton, Jessica Levine, and Rossandra White. Their recent books are published by She Writes Press, a San Francisco Bay Area publisher founded to serve members of She Writes, the largest global community of women writers online and women writers everywhere. The program showcases the diversity and power of the She Writes list and reflects the reality that more women are writing for public consumption than ever before.
The authors will discuss the new publishing possibilities available to authors today, their own journeys to publication, and the ways in which women’s lives and stories are as central to history and culture as those of men.
The audience is invited to participate in this discussion and celebration of women’s voices and their potential empowerment in publishing today.
More information: http://www.avidreaderbooks.com/event/she-writes-she-reads-women-and...
“The more expensive staterooms on ship came with butlers. The very idea of a butler made us break into a sweat.” My love/hate relation to cruising.
My memoir Loveyoubye: Holding Fast, Letting Go, and Then There's the Dog just launched last week (SWP) here in Laguna Beach. I know, long title, add baby boomer in there and it kinda says it all. Just got interviewed by W3Sidecar, you can read it here.
Brooke Warner with an r!
On the blog: The lessons I learned from my daughter's entrepreneurial spirit and Walt Disney. http://j.mp/KE6sK6
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
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
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