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January 7, 2010 by Cathy R.

“A book is full of meaning only to the extent that it touches the heart of readers. To accomplish this, an author has no special effects, no fancy sound systems, no video—only words.”           —Shiloh author Phyllis Reynolds Naylor

Writing Friends

Happy 2010! Jerry Peterson invites everyone in TWS to a New Year’s party at his home in Janesville on January 9. Bring your family. Bring your resolutions. Come have some fun. That’s this Saturday at 1 p.m. Jerry and wife Marge are still a-holidaying, it seems, so when you come expect to see a train or two (miniature we hope), an antique toyshop and other delights.  

The next Fifth Tuesday approaches and first-and-third group members will host the event at Booked for Murder in Madison on March 30. Some writers are already thinking of topics for the evening’s 500-word writing challenge. How about this: “A Night at the Bookstore”—imagine what happens after they turn off the lights? Send your other suggestions to the group site for consideration.

Resolve to write:  As always, please send material and suggestions to our newsletter editor or post in our Yahoo! Groups file “Stuff for the Editor.”

 Commit to edit: The weekly news, that is. Sign up for a month and join the fun. Learn what a hyperlink is—and so much more. February, March and April are still open. — Cathy (more…)

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