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Hey writers! Hope everyone is having a lovely summer!
Mark your calendars for Friday, July 1st's WRITERS NETWORK meeting from 10-11 am (via Zoom, with chat open 30 mins before). We will be hearing from Susy Flory, NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLING AUTHOR and co-author.
Susy will discuss why beginnings and endings are crucial for any book, and especially for newer writers, as most of us don’t have an established audience with a first book. Learn 7 ways to write an unforgettable beginning or a satisfying ending for your fiction or nonfiction book.
- Understand the vital importance of beginnings and endings
- Discover the secret to crafting an engaging vs a ho-hum beginning
- Learn 7 creative ways to write an unforgettable beginning
- Learn 7 creative ways to write a satisfying ending
- Dozens of examples for both beginnings and endings in the handout
About Susy: Susy Flory is the New York Times bestselling author or co-author of sixteen books. She directs West Coast Christian Writers, is founder of Everything Memoir, and is graduating with an MA in New Testament from Northern Seminary this June. Her book, The Unbreakable Boy, has been adapted for the screen and will release in 2022, starring Patricia Heaton and Zachary Levi. Her most recent book. Sanctuary (Tyndale), co-authored with Patrick Barrett, is the true story of an Irish village, a man who lost his way, and the rescue donkeys that led him home, and launched March 15, 2022. More info here (plus a free excerpt of both the book and the audiobook): https://www.tyndale.com/p/sanctuary/9781496445018
We can't wait to hear from Susy! Looking forward to seeing you all there!
To join the meeting, go to the link on our website: https://www.cwcsacramentowriters.org/2022/writers-network-july-1-powerful-beginnings-satisfying-endings/
WRITERS! Join us Saturday, July 16th, from 1-2 P.M. (via Zoom) for our next MONTHLY MEETING. We will be hearing from author and blogging pioneer, Kymberlie Ingalls about marketing.
Marketing can be overwhelming, but it takes a creative mind to bend and shape; work to stay relevant, and be inspired to think big!
In this presentation, you will learn to:
- Build a platform
- Discuss how to eliminate the noise
- Narrow your focus
- Tackle fear and self-doubt
- Develop a fluid strategy
Kymberlie Ingalls is an award-winning essayist, editor and author of memoir, opinion and short fiction. Her books, Bridges: A Lifetime in Essay and 43, compile personal essay, social media and memoir to address themes of grief, humanity and the heart. Ms. Ingalls is a long-time member and serves on many board levels of the California Writers Club.