If you need to find some time to focus on your writing, try attending this community-led writing group. New members always welcome!
We meet in the library's cafe, set goals and then disperse to write until 8:30 PM. Those who would like to read their work sign up at the beginning and read their work at the end.
This month will feature T.M. Jacobs, a native to the shoreline area of Connecticut, now resides in various locations along the east coast with his fiancé traveling and working from their RV motorhome. He has published nine books (one of which was featured on C-SPAN), over 400 articles published in various newspapers and magazines, teaches classes on writing and publishing, and currently is the owner of JWC Publishing. He is the founder and former editor for Patriots of the American Revolution magazine and has been a freelance writer for over 30 years.
He'll be discussing how to make writing your business:
This 45-minute presentation is all about making writing your business. If you want to succeed as a writer, you need to treat your writing as a business. You’ll learn a variety of tips, ideas, and things you must do to turn your writing into a business.
Questions? Ideas? Call Sharon at 559-7170, group facilitator.