I attended a secular writers critique group for years. The leader founded the group for Sci-fi writers but accepted what life gave him – a diverse group writing in different genres. He was the only one writing Sci-fi material. I … Continue reading
Southern Christian Writers February 2018 meeting at the Gospel Bookstore, New Orleans LA. Devotion by Linda Rodriguez. Teena Myers reveals the art of critiquing that nourishes great writing.
#5 Passage to Purpose: Learning to Write My husband, who was more interested in my writing activities than I was, told me about writing groups – people of like minds reading each other’s work to offer advice for improvement. I … Continue reading
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