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Writer’s Mail
Tuesdays with Story
December 29, 2014

“On the Writing Process: “When in doubt, take it out.” ― Barbara DaCosta, Resort to Murder: Thirteen More Tales of Mystery by Minnesota’s Premier Writers

Post-Holiday TWS gathering: Jerry and Marge are hosting their almost-annual event at their home in Janesville, this coming Saturday (yep, that’s Jan. 3, 2015). Start time is 2pm. It is a potluck event so bring something for the buffet table. And, bring along a game of some kind. For directions, Jerry says: “Most of us now fly the highways on GPS, so punch 920 Glen Street, Janesville, into you navigation unit and it will get you here. If you don’t use GPS, type our address into MapQuest or Google Maps to get a land route. And should you on January 3 get lost enroute, do call us at 608-752-1555. We’ll give you final directions.” Drop Jerry a line to let him know you’re coming. I believe guests and kids are welcome

The TWS newsletter editor baton now passes to Pat Edwards for January 2015.

Please send in your writing submissions a as an upload and as an email attachment. Some of us are getting frustrated with Yahoo’s requirement to reset passwords so often.

Who’s up next . . .
January 6: Alicia Connolly-Lohr (chapter 9, Coastie Girl), Andy Brown (chapter, The Last Library), Pat Edwards (poems), Kashmira Sheth & Amit Trivedi (chapter, novel), Bob Kralapp (???), and Jerry Peterson (chapter 5, Rooster’s Story).
January 20: Lisa McDougal (chapter, Tebow Family Secret), Amber Boudreau (???), Mike Rickey (poems), Kashmira Sheth & Amit Trivedi (chapter, novel), Alicia Connolly-Lohr (chapter 10, Coastie Girl), Millie Mader (chapter 60, Life on Hold), and Judith McNeil (???).

12 Publishing And Marketing Predictions For 2015
by Penny Sansevieri
http://thefutureofink.com/publishing-and-marketing-predictions-for-2015/

With 2015 right around the corner, it’s time to start looking to the future and where we might be headed. While I don’t have a crystal ball (and often I wish I did), I wanted to take a look at where I think publishing, self-publishing, and marketing are headed in the new year. (more…)

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