Writing Quotes

"Your writing voice is the deepest possible reflection of who you are. The job of your voice is not to seduce or flatter or make well-shaped sentences. In your voice, your readers should be able to hear the contents of your mind, your heart, your soul."
Meg Rosoff

Meg Rosoff is an American writer based in London, United Kingdom. She is best known for the novel How I Live Now, which won the Guardian Prize, Printz Award, and Branford Boase Award and made the Whitbread Awards shortlist.

Marketing Your Writing with Bruce Brady

How to Market Your Next Book, Article, Short Story, or Devotion: What you should do, what you can do, and what you shouldn’t do to promote your writing career.

Bruce Brady will explore questions such as:

*What should I do before I’m published?

*What should I do when my work is first published?

*How can I multiply my time?

*Do I need an Agent?

*Do I need a Publicist?

*Should I Self-Publish?

Get the answers to these questions and more at the next meeting. You don’t want to miss it.

How to Succeed as a Writer

Who: Pam Zollman, author of 40 children's books
What: Tips on How to Succeed as a Writer
When: Saturday, January 17th
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Conference Room
Downtown Greenville Airport (100 Tower Drive)

Join us for lunch at Chili's after the meeting!

Interview with Amber Massey, author of "For the Love of Horses"

Why did you start writing?

When I was in college, my English professors encouraged me to write and consider it as a profession. At that point in my life I was dead-set on doing something I thought was more glamorous, so I never gave it a second thought. It took a treacherous fall with Marquise at the top of a waterfall for God to convince me His plans were greater than my own.

When did you start riding and when did you get your first horse?

From "rider" to "writer," author Amber Massey shares her journey to publication

How a near fatal accident with her horse led her to writing
Amber Massey, author of "For the Love of Horses," will be our speaker this Saturday, November 15th. We will be meeting at the Greenville LifeWay store (607 Haywood) from 10 a.m. to 11:30 a.m. After lunch at Chili's, we'll meet back at LifeWay for Amber's autographing 1-3 p.m.

We're meeting this Saturday, October 18th!

Who: Pam Zollman, speaker
What: The Writer's Plot monthly meeting
When: Saturday, October 18th
9:30-11:30 a.m.
Where: Conference Room, Downtown Greenville Airport
100 Tower Drive
Afterwards, join us for lunch at Chili's!

Are You Plodding Instead of Plotting?

Are you plodding or plotting? Too often when you get to the middle, you discover your plot sags. Your initial enthusiasm wanes and you start to plod just to reach "The End."

Award-winning author of 40 books and hundreds of short stories, Pam Zollman will show you the difference between plot and structure, how to use character studies to strengthen your plot, how to fix plot holes, and how to plot the screen-writers' way.

Join us this Saturday for our monthly meeting and then go with us as we lunch at Chili's.

Double Your Pleasure, Double Your Fun, with Two Speakers instead of One!

Ann Tatlock and Yvonne Lehman are both award-winning, best-selling authors who will share their writing tips with us on Saturday, September 20th. Be prepared to ask lots of questions of these entertaining ladies. They are the source of a vast amount of knowledge!

Atlanta Author Diana L. Sharples Will Speak at August Meeting

In today's book world, the reader wants to experience the story even fuller, through basically "becoming the character" and feeling and seeing what he or she does. Diana Sharples, author of Running Lean, will help us better understand "deep POV" and show us how to use it.

GINNY DENT BRANT: How to Write a Memoir

Ginny will relate her experience writing her award-winning memoir, Finding True Freedom, and give us tips how how we can write our own life story.


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