Jack London said: "If you are a musician, you practice your instrument...everyday. If you are a ballet dancer, you take class (at the barre) almost every day. If you want to be a writer, you write...every day." London wrote 1,000 words a day every single day of his adult life...rain or shine, sick and well, he wrote every day, even while dying." I invite you to join me in following London's example. I myself am writing a semi-autobiographical novel. I believe that all creative writing is essentially autobiographical...regardless of what we write, it comes from within and is about who we are...the questions we ask, the topics we pursue, the characters we create. I invite anyone to join our group who is willing to commit to writing daily pages taking inspiration from Julia Cameron's book The Artist's Way: A Spiritual Path to Higher Creativity"...it doesn't have to be 1,000 words a day...just something, everyday. Many writing groups write at the meetup. I prefer that we not do that. Instead, I suggest that we come together to discuss our writing, what is working, what isn't. That sort of thing.