Hello writers! Meet with us Thursday nights 5:30pm-9:00pm and share your writing with the group.
Looking for a way to slingshot your writing to the next level? Fiction Writing Today is a critique group geared toward seeing your work in print—finished and polished. Whether your interest is mystery, romance, historical, mainstream, or speculative fiction, your new group will use our combined experience to make your story the best it can be. Critiques include technical advice and other writers’ opinions regarding characters, plot, dialogue, formatting, grammar, and suitability for the marketplace. Interested in taking part and having your manuscript edited while you wait?
1) RSVP for the next Fiction Writing Today Meetup.
2) Print out 8 double spaced pages of your writing. Check beforehand on how many people are attending to know how many to print out. Please make these pages double spaced and 12 point New Courier font. If you’d like to use an inferior font, you can also bring up to 7 (double spaced, 12 point pages) in Times New Roman. :)
3) Show up and share. If you have any questions concerning group feel free to message or call (724) 313-6763 (Page1ForMe) / Service@CommunityAuthors.com About the Organizers:
Award winning author Traci Hall writes genre fiction for both adults and teens. She has over twenty published novels. In the course of her career, she’s been interviewed on radio, web radio, web TV and Fox and Friends. She’s been featured in a “Fifty Great Writer’s You Should Be Reading” anthology, and many magazines. Her books have garnered countless awards and have remained in the top ten of the Kindle listings on Amazon. Go to http://www.tracihall.com to learn more.
Christopher Hawke’s unique talent for storytelling was established with Unnatural Truth—a surreal psychological thriller focusing on the perception of reality, addiction and mental illness. Hawke's second novel, Altered Selves is a 21st century fable about what it means to have a soul and the power of true forgiveness. His prose weaves together philosophy, spirituality, psychology, and terror into deep stories for deep people. http://www.christopherhawke.com