Oct 21st Meeting -Plots, Prompts, and Nanowrimo

Long time member Amy Flugel will be presenting a three-part program at this month’s meeting. What a deal!

During her program ” Plotting Your Way Out of a Paper Bag” she will share some plotting prompts designed to drive your characters, and their creators, crazy!  If you love writing prompts this will be a lot of fun. If you hate writing prompts, this will still be a lot of fun because you don’t have to do them but you can listen to other people’s plot creations. All writers need an audience.

Also, if you have a story that you are working on and are stuck, bring it along and we can do some group brainstorming to move the plot along. Sometimes your plot problem can be solved by talking about it.

And, since NaNoWriMo is just around the corner, there will be a small introduction to the large event that keeps writers busy and more antisocial than normal for a whole month! Whether you are a Nano expert or wondering what this weird word means, Amy will have all the details.

The meeting starts at 6 p.m and we have a social hour beforehand. You’ll find us at the Station Coffee Bar and Bistro, 120 S Tower Ave in Centralia, Washington. They have great food and drinks so come and socialize.

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2 Responses to Oct 21st Meeting -Plots, Prompts, and Nanowrimo

  1. Linda Mentzer says:

    One thing that has been confusing to me this past year, as I have thought about joining your group, is that I receive emails about meetings that seem to be happening before I receive the email. Example: on Oct 23 at 11:56 PM I received this email.

    Oct 21st Meeting -Plots, Prompts, and Nanowrimo
    by jmvandenberg

    Long time member Amy Flugel will be presenting a three-part program at this month’s meeting. What a deal!

    During her program ” Plotting Your Way Out of a Paper Bag” she will share some plotting prompts designed to drive your characters, and their creators, crazy! If you love writing prompts this will be a lot of fun. If you hate writing prompts, this will still be a lot of fun because you don’t have to do them but you can listen to other people’s plot creations. All writers need an audience.

    Also, if you have a story that you are working on and are stuck, bring it along and we can do some group brainstorming to move the plot along. Sometimes your plot problem can be solved by talking about it.

    And, since NaNoWriMo is just around the corner, there will be a small introduction to the large event that keeps writers busy and more antisocial than normal for a whole month! Whether you are a Nano expert or wondering what this weird word means, Amy will have all the details.

    The meeting starts at 6 p.m and we have a social hour beforehand. You’ll find us at the Station Coffee Bar and Bistro, 120 S Tower Ave in Centralia, Washington. They have great food and drinks so come and socialize.
    jmvandenberg | October 17, 2016 at 3:44 pm | Categories: Uncategorized | URL: http://wp.me/p1Ta50-e9

    Would love to have attended, but it had already happened, according to the header above. Am I missing something about these alerts for meetings?
    Linda Mentzer

    • jmvandenberg says:

      Dear Linda,

      I am glad you are following our website. I do not know why you are getting email alerts so late. I posted the one you mentioned on 10/17 and would have thought you would have received a notification sooner. Are you on Facebook? We have a Facebook group that is updated more often the website with events and links. https://www.facebook.com/groups/LCWritersGuild We meet every Friday. Please feel free to show up. We are a friendly group. Two new members have joined in the last few weeks so you would be in good company.

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