Today’s post is a little short. I have a big afternoon ahead, meeting with fourteen writers at varying levels of experience, fiction and non-fiction, all eager to join a critique group. My job is to organize and train, then after a few meetings, I leave the group. At that point, the members take over and make whatever scheduling and procedural changes they choose.
With a total of fourteen interested attendees, we’ll form at least two and maybe three groups. This is one of the services provided by Northern Colorado Writers and many other excellent writing organizations around the country.
If you write (or want to), I definitely recommend a good critique group to help you fine tune your skills.
Monday’s Special Guest
Linda Osmundson, author of How the West Was Drawn: Cowboy Charlie’s Art will be here to talk about publication and promotion. If you have any kids in your life and like to buy them books that educate as well as entertain, you’ll want to know more about the How the West Was Drawn series.
Northern Colorado Writers on Facebook
Every Friday I’ll be posting a new fun question of the week on the Northern Colorado Writers Facebook page. I hope you’ll stop by and post your answer. And while you’re there, could you “Like” us, pretty please?
The 2011 A to Z April Blog Challenge
If you didn’t read Arlee Bird’s guest post yesterday, check it out. This blog challenge is a lot of fun. If you’re looking for ways to increase your blog followers, this is your chance.