Howdy... it's that time of month again! We'll meet at 6 with our continuing punctuation and grammar "class" and follow that with a regular meeting at 7. This time, I'll ask for input for future activities, we can chat about GetLit! and any info you may have picked up to share with us. Also, we can do some critiquing for those who are interested. 1.5 to 3 pages will suffice.Let's party! Bring a snack if you would like to share with others. Drinks will not be provided, so come early if you want…See More
"Sounds intriguing, TJ! Maybe you'd like to come tell the INWG members what process you used to produce your book - i.e. how you identified the press, wooed them to do you books, etc. I plan to allow some time for folks to make…"
Greetings, fellow writers and readers.I am happy to announce that my debut novel CRY DOWN DARK is now available from Blysster Press.Peter Toombs never stopped loving Diana Ward. Not after they broke up; not after she married someone else; not after she died. Peter never got over how he failed Diana when she needed him most when they were in college. Even as he became a successful TV writer, his failure haunted him more than the monsters he created to scare others. His obsession prompts him to…See More
This Thursday, you are invited to come listen to local mystery writers read their short stories from the newest Dark City Mystery Magazine. It will be at 7 p.m. on the mezzanine at Auntie's Bookstore, and Steve says they'll be bringing treats to add to the fun. See you soon!LindaSee More
Yipes! I forgot to post the meeting details. Hopefully you have it on your calendars now for the 3rd Wed of each month, but I do like to post the content. We'll have 1 hour of our "class" on punctuation and grammar (6-7) followed by 1 hour for small critique groups. Bring 1-1/2 single-spaced or up to 3 pages double-spaced to share if you wish to get a critique. Otherwise, you can just give input in the group.LindaSee More