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Happy Labor Day! I hope you are enjoying some time with your families so I’ll keep this short. Come on out and join the Gettysburg Writers Brigade at our meeting this week. If you’re a published writer or a new … Continue reading
I’m trying a different type of post today. The Gettysburg Writers Brigade is a group of writers who both support each other and learn from each other. Our group’s founder, Will Hutchison, usually moderates discussions different topics. He also teaches … Continue reading
I keep hearing about a program called Scrivener. The articles I read say that it helps make a writer more efficient. Has anyone here tried the program? It’s not expensive, so that’s not what is holding me back. I just … Continue reading
I am reading a book called Story Fix by Larry Brooks. I’m still in the early part of the book, but I read something that resonated with me. Brooks said that over the best years, he evaluated hundreds of stories … Continue reading
Henry Miller, a painter and author from the 20th century came up with 11 writing commandments. Here are the commandments. Work on one thing at a time until finished. Start no more new books, add no more new material to ‘Black … Continue reading
Wednesday, June 14, 2017 7:00 PM O’Rorke’s Eatery & Spirits 44 Steinwehr Ave, Gettysburg, PA (map) We meet at O’Rorke’s Eatery & Spirits, on the second floor on each Wednesday at 7:00 pm. See map for parking, etc.
Here’s a video from YouTube.com from Katytastic. She offers some good basic writing information for those writers starting out. Take a look and see if it helps jumpstart your writing. Just click on the image to view the video.