Maureen Jung, Ph.D., writing consultant hosts a Mind Mapping session for the Clay County Writers group.
Engaged attendees apply newly learned lessons.
Photos curtesy Diane Loftis
Carrol Wolverton presents the do’s and don’ts of self publishing. Photo courtesy Diane Loftis
Twelve Clay County Writers Group members came together for the first Brainstorming Session at the Black Horse Winery on March 6, 2013
Authors: Chris Hejmanowski, M.D., Barbara Stewart, Robin Montesano, M.S., and Mary Jane Hayes
Photos curtesy Sir Ernie Hamilton Boyette
Maureen begins the meeting by handing out a few awards.
Maureen Jung presents her husband Jack Ryne with a Life Time Achievement award in recognition of his ongoing help and support.
Maureen presented Dawn Burr with a Volunteer of the Year 2012 award for creating and maintaining this blog.
Maureen presented Nancy Payne with a Certificate of Appreciation for ongoing participation and for sharing knowledge, energy and experience.
Our panel of published authors answer audience questions about publication, obtaining agents and editors, and marketing of books.
Lois Fiorelli Naval Reserve Officer, veteran of the Gulf and Iraqi wars, former US Navy journalist, now a technical writer and trainer.
Russell Kamradt is a new writer.
Lillie Kiernan Brown author, journalist for more than 30 years, and former host on Armed Forces Radio. Photos Courtesy of Jack Ryne
Editor/journalist, Stephen Kindland, instructed Clay County Writers Group members on best practices when dealing with the media and explained the mindset of those working in the now downsized media profession at the December 19, 2012 CCW mtg.
Pictures taken by Jack Owen
Group leader, Maureen Jung, starts the September 19, 2012 meeting off by asking authors in the group to stand and show the books they’ve had published recently.
Publishing expert, Marty Conroy, speaks to the Clay County Writers Group about the best practices when dealing with publishing houses and publishing agents.
Photos by Photo Journalist Stephen Kindland