Our WWW membership never ceases to amaze. From appearances to events, book signings to awards, our members continue to blaze ahead on their careers and telling stories about the beauty of the west.
I’m a Wisconsinite (born and raised and still living here), but I too know the call of the west, and spend as much time on the other side of the Mississippi as I can. As the start of the fall and the crisp edges of winter seep into the fogs of the morning and the tips of the trees, my thoughts turn to curling up with a good book. I’m sure I’ll find one or many out of the releases our WWW members have created over 2018.
Here are the updates for the fourth quarter. If you live near some of the events, pop in and share some joy with one another. And congratulations to all awards, finalists, and here’s to the continuing success of all of us.
Fondly, Sara Dahmen, WWW blog coordinator
(If you want a Sept – Dec event or award or activity added here, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org)
September 14 – 15: President Carmen Peone is holding a workshop during the Idaho Writers League Conference in Moscow, ID on Self-Editing into Publication.
September 15: WWW Member Jane Kirkpatrick will be speaking and signing her new release, Everything She Didn’t Say (Revell Publishing) at 7:00PM at Auntie’s Bookstore in Spokane, WA.
September 23: Word Walk in Longmont CO is an event organized by WWW member Kayann Short. The event will include word games for all ages, bilingual storytelling, redacted poetry, author readings, calligraphy bookmark workshops, children story time, writing words on quilts, and many other word-related excitement and interaction.
November 4: Member Suanne Schafer will be signing her Nov 1 new release, A Different Kind of Fire, at a Book Signing at The Twig Book Shop in San Antonio TX from 10am – 2pm.