Lillian Brown is a retired journalist and public relations specialist trying her hand at fiction since returning to the Central Coast 12 years ago. She has published a number of short stories, as well as nonfiction articles, and is currently focusing on an historical novel. She lives with her husband and one stray cat in Atascadero, close to her two daughters and their families.
Sunday, October 22, 2017
Friday, October 20, 2017
The esteemed panel of judges for the SLO NightWriters Golden Quill Writing Contest is hard at work, ranking the Finalist entries. Their task is not easy this year. The quality of submissions is making the final determination of the top three winners in each category exceptionally challenging.
But – they persevere and the top ten Finalists and First, Second and Third place winners will be selected by October 26th. These contestants will be contacted via email at that time, so check your inbox!
All contestants and guests are invited to the Awards Ceremony on November 14th at the SLO NightWriters General Meeting, from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. Please see address and directions below. The First Place winners in each category will be invited to read their winning entries. The top three winning entries will additionally be published in the SLO NightWriters Golden Quill Writing Contest webpage at http://slonwgoldenquillwritingcontest.com/
11245 Los Osos Valley Road, San Luis Obispo CA
Sunday, October 8, 2017
SLO NightWriters Golden Quill Writing Contest Judges Hard at Work on the Finals! Meet Natalie McDermott
Natalie’s love for the written word began in the first grade, and it simply never stopped flourishing; her family was not surprised when she received her Master’s in Literature, since seeing her with her nose in a book was not uncommon. Since she now runs TheCrimsonQuill.com with her friend and business partner, Mindy Conde, this sight is still not uncommon, except now she has a red pen in her hand.
As an editor, Natalie’s passion for the written word has grown exponentially, as she thoroughly enjoys helping authors with their craft. She lives in Burbank with her husband and their small dog, and she dreams of the Central Coast.
Tuesday, October 3, 2017
Susan Tuttle is a professional editor, writing instructor, and the award-winning author of 14 books (5 suspense novels, 1 short story collection, a 6-volume workbook series on writing titled Write It Right, and 2 books
on spiritual Biblical meditations. She is a member of SLO NW, the Central Coast Chapter of Sisters In Crime (SinC), SinC National and the Public Service Writers Association (PSWA). Find her writing prompts every Wednesday at www.SusanTuttleWrites.com
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