Monthly Archives: October 2011

Writer’s Police Academy

Ever wonder what it’s really like to be a cop? Do you write crime fiction that has cops as characters and our you interested in being accurate? Then this might be the perfect weekend for you.

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Joanna Berry November 17 Guest Speaker

From the Desk of the President of the London Writer’s Society Joanna Berry, our guest for November 17th’s meeting’s BIO: I earned my B.A. in Anthropology at the University of Western Ontario (UWO), where I had the opportunity to study … Continue reading

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Workshops for 2011-2012

October: Description/Setting Scene – Pat November: Characterization – Barry *December: Finding time to write/work-life balance – Clarissa January: Research – Helga February: Pacing and Plotting – Jolene March: Brainstorming/Writer’s Block – John Hitchens, and Motivation/Inspiration – Heather April: Imagery – … Continue reading

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You’re Invited: Oct. 20, Next Meeting

Our next general meeting is Thursday, October 20, at the Landon Library in Wortley Village, beginning at 7 p.m. At this meeting we will have our first guest speaker of the year, Meredith Fraser. Meredith will share some of the … Continue reading

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Edit Minion

Here’s a fun site that will find overly used words or point out how many weak verbs you use. http://www.editminion.com/

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2011 National Novel Writing Month

Does pressure and deadlines make you more productive? Ever think of writing a novel in one month? Well, okay, it’s 50,000 words, but that’s over half a novel. Join National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) called 30 days of days and … Continue reading

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