Northern Lights Writers
“The three P’s for writers” will help authors craft a product, get it published and promote it. Northern Lights Writers will present “Product,” the first installment in its summer writing series, this Saturday, June 21. “Product is what you put on the page: your blood, sweat and tears, t...Read More
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The first thing a reader sees is the cover of the book. It must be compelling and at the same time reflect the genre, indicate the intended age group and hint at what’s inside. At the Northern Lights Writers April 19 program, graphic designer Christopher Edmund will tell authors and potential auth...Read More
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Think it’s a big job to write a novel? Try co-writing one. “Trials, Tribulations and Teamwork,” a presentation on the art of co-writing a novel, will be presented by Marilyn Rausch and Mary Donlon as part of the Northern Lights Writers November meeting. The meeting will begin at 10 a.m. on Sat...Read More
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Train expert Dennis Bartholow will present “Romance on the Rails” at the Sept. 28 Northern Lights Writers meeting. The program will be held at the Giese Memorial Library in Wyoming, beginning at 10 a.m. Before the meeting, everyone is welcome to join members for breakfast at 8:30 a.m. at the Vil...Read More
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Learn ways to build a stronger following for your on-line postings at the Northern Lights Writers August program. “Developing a Writer’s Blog” will be the topic at 10 a.m. at the Giese Memorial Library in Wyoming on Saturday, Aug. 17. Define your blogging audience, learn blogging strategies, a...Read More
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The July 20 meeting of Northern Lights Writers will feature “It’s not catch and release,” a discussion on story structure, including how to keep the reader’s attention after they’ve been hooked by the first line. Author Lauri Robinson will lead the discussion. Robinson writes western histo...Read More
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