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WRITERS GUILD OF TEXASFALL WORKSHOPFROM IDEA TO PUBLICATION: AN INSIDER'S WALK THROUGH TRADITIONAL PUBLISHING DEALS The Writers Guild of Texas is proud to announce that bestselling author Taylor Stevens will be the featured speaker at our annual Fall Workshop. She will be offering an insider’s viewpoint on the publishing industry, agents, and the process of getting a book into print Where: RICHARDSON CIVIC CENTER, RICHARDSON ROOM411 W. Arapaho Road, Richardson, TexasWhen: From 9am to 12 Noon Cost: $25 for WGT members, $35 for non-members This is a wonderful opportunity for all writers. We hope you will extend our invitation to all those who are interested in publishing their work. Seats are limited so register early. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT OUR WEBSITE: HTTP://WWW.WGTONLINE.ORG or VISIT OUR FACEBOOK PAGE Thank you, Jerry Weiss, Vice President, WGT
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Crime & Forensics Workshop for writers, September 15, 16 in Houston. http://www.houstonwritershouse.net for more info as we get it.
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Want to write books for children? WHAT ARE YOU WAITING ON? JUMP INTO CHILDREN'S BOOK WRITING!A MOTIVATIONAL WRITING SEMINAR AND LUNCHEONWITH AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR ANGELA SHELF MEDEARIS! THURSDAY MAY 18TH; 11:30 a.m. -2:30 p.m.or FRIDAY MAY 19TH; 1:30 p.m.- 4:30 p.m.AACH Facility, CITY OF AUSTIN912 E. 11th Street, Ste. BAustin, Texas 78702$50 per session, includes lunch20 students per classTo purchase tickets, please go to: www.eventbrite.com, and Search under Medearisto pay at the door, please RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org
Hi from New Zealand,With the Fedex coming up and your native son, Jordan Spieth leading going into the 12 million dollar Tournament in Atlanta this weekend, we want to let you know we are holding another Golf Story 700-word International Short Story Writing Competition, and accepting entries up to February 1, 2018. There are lots of prizes and No entry fee. The winning stories from last year's contest are on the contest link (shown below) to show you the quality of golf stories we receive!We would certainly appreciate you letting all your people, email subscribers, and any writers wherever know about this international competition and encourage them to enter and please feel free to list this competition on your website if you do allow other competitions to be shown. Perhaps some of your members, writers, subscribers, and contributing writers might have an old unpublished golf short story they may want to enter - especially one about Jordan? It's a fun contest and see the quality of last year's winning emotional and entertaining stories https://www.teamgolfwell.com/golfwell-s-golf-story-contest.html The details are:GOLFWELL'S 2nd ANNUAL INTERNATIONAL GOLF STORY WRITING CONTESTBecome an International Award Winning AuthorWin $125 Amazon Books of Your ChoiceWin Kindle Edition(s) of Golfwell's Book(s) and more!Email Your Golf Story (700 words max.) and Photos if any to: Golfwellnet@yahoo.comEnter by Feb 1st 2018First Prize: 1. Your choice of up to $125 of Amazon Books 2. Golfwell's Author Award Certificate of "Best Golf Story, 2018" 3. Kindle Edition of 3 Golfwell's Books: "Golf Fitness: An All-Inclusive Golf Fitness Program For Golfers Only" "Golf Driving Techniques" "Walk the Winning Ways of Golf's Greatests" 4. Publication of your story in our Next Golf Book and on this website Second Prize: 1. Your choice of up to $50 of Amazon Books 2. Golfwell's Author Award Certificate, 2018 3. Kindle Edition of 2 Golfwell's Books: "Golf Fitness: An All-Inclusive Golf Fitness Program For Golfers Only" "Golf Driving Techniques" 4. Publication of your story in our Next Golf Book and on this websiteThird Prize: 1. Your choice of up to $25 of Amazon Books 2. Golfwell's Author Award Certificate, 2018" 3. Kindle Edition of Golfwell's Book: "Walk the Winning Ways of Golf's Greatest" 4. Publication of your story in our Next Golf Book and on this WebsiteAgain, the Link to the story contest page is:https://www.teamgolfwell.com/golfwell-s-golf-story-contest.htmlThank you very much for your time and we hope you can help us promote this great annual international competition!Kind regards,Don Sebastianwww.TeamGolfwell.comNew Zealand
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Margot Lee Shetterly, author of "Hidden Figures: The American Dream and the Untold Story of the Black Women Mathematicians Who Helped Win the Space Race," will be at St. Philip's College on Thursday, September 20, 2018. Shetterly’s 60-minute lecture at St. Philip’s College begins at 11 a.m. in the 600-seat Watson Fine Arts Center at 1801 Martin Luther King Drive in the city’s Denver Heights neighborhood (building marked “1” on the SPC interactive Map at http://alamo.edu/SPC/IMAP-MLK/). Lecture admission and parking are both free, and lecture seating is available on a first-arrived, first-seated basis. That said, lecture seating reservations requests for large school, government and corporate groups are recommended and are accepted online now. Audience questions for Shetterly are being accepted online now and up to 48 hours prior to the lecture. For more information about our President's Lecture Series, visit alamo.edu/spc/pls.Kind Regards,The St. Philip's College Public Relations Team
From Brian Condike, President, Granbury Writers’ Bloc Announcing Granbury Writers’ Bloc 2019 Annual Summer Workshop on Saturday, June 8th, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Waterview Clubhouse in Granbury, 100 Watermark Blvd., 76048. The workshop is free to GWB members ($25 for non-members).This year we have two fabulous speakers. In the morning session, we are welcoming back Amanda Arista, author of the Diary of an Urban Panther series, and instructor at Southern Methodist University’s Writers Path program. Many of you may recall Amanda spoke to us at our 2017 Workshop on ‘The Write Stuff - Pre-editing Tools.’ This year Amanda will regale us with her well-known presentation on Subplots.In the afternoon, we welcome Dr. Keith Goodnight on his first visit to GWB. Keith is author to the sci-fi novel The Child, and is also a perennial instructor in SMU’s Writers Path program. Keith will speak to us on one of his favorite topics, Worldbuilding.We hope you all can attend what will be another information-packed day on writing skills and techniques.Attached is a poster in MSWord and pdf formats on the workshop, as well as an agenda of the day’s events. Please share the poster (or post your own announcement) on your social media platforms.Thanks for all your help.
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There are things in our past that we would be wise to hold on to, others that we would be wise to let go of. If we have always believed that we are failures, that we couldn't possibly do this or that, then it will be difficult to change our belief system, though this does not make it impossible. Just because things always turned out a certain way in the past does not mean that they will in the future. Past experiences, whether good or bad, are lessons for our growth. Our failures are stepping stones to our successes. They do not determine our future other than to help us to grow and evolve ever upward, ever forward. Authors Unite