Happy Valentine’s Day Writers,
Since this is the holiday of love we decided our prompt for the month would be about Love, the good the bad the ugly. It can be your love of a person, place, or thing. Maybe the love of chocolate. Whatever you want to write about love, we want to hear. Remember to keep it to 600 words or less. We hope you will join us at the beautiful Safety Harbor Library on Wednesday, February 17th from 6:00 to 7:45 PM. Meet other writers and learn what they are doing, how they are improving their skills and have fun.
All Writers Welcome
We invite all writers to attend the class. It is a wonderful opportunity to associate with other writers and keep you motivated. It is one of the reasons Jan and I continue to do this each month. You may learn something new that will help you with your current project or your next one. If you have friends who write, please forward this email to them.
The Story Circle, a creative writing group, meets the 3rd Wednesday of every month at the Safety Harbor Library located at 101 2nd Street North, Safety Harbor, FL 34695 727-724-1525 from 6:00 PM to 7:45 PM. We would stay longer but the library closes at 8:00 PM. Each month we provide a writing assignment with a maximum word count of 600. Everyone who wants to can read their story and is given gentle feedback from the group. After all the readings we provide you with a short lesson on some aspect of writing. Dialog, editing, creating the scene and opening paragraphs are a few of the topics we have covered. No reservation required and no cost to you.
Third Edition of our Chapbook
Our assignment for December was to write about a song that means or has meant something in your life. We decided to use music for the theme of our third book. As always keep your story to 600 words or less and give it a title. Dianne Persall is our editor again and is anxiously awaiting your stories. The final deadline is February 14th so you still have time to be included in this edition. Even if you missed the December meeting we want your story. It’s your chance to be published. Once you have it written, read it aloud and have another writer check for errors. Dianne won’t edit your story but she will put together another fine book for us. Paste the story in the body of the email to:Diannepersall@hotmail.com. Send her your photo and a fifty-word bio.