Welcome to new member Diana Davis-Olsen! We hope that you have found a great, new home with our tremendous group of writers!
Welcome to the family!
There will be no meeting in December. Our next meeting will be on January 10th at the Palmer Library in Easton.
Meetings begin at 10AM and new members are encouraged to attend. Bring a notebook, laptop, whatever you wish along with your ideas.
November was our final meeting for 2014 and as tradition holds, we held our pot luck lunch. We also had our speaker, Terry Lee, Hollywood Producer extraordinare, present his Antagonist Bootcamp to those who attended.
Though we battled through several techincal difficulties with bandwidth at the library, we were able to muddle through the presentation and once again, we learned so much from his program and hope to have Terry back in the future for more on antagonists and protagonists.
We also discussed 2015 and what changes were in store for us. PLRW has many exciting new items on its agenda for the coming year and we can’t wait to get started.
Our October meeting was a difficult one for us. As with everything in this world, changes are made every day and with RWA becoming the corporation that it is, that means we are having to change with them.
New membership guidelines were presented that could change the way our chapter runs and our general meeting was a long, difficult one with questions of our survival and how we will manage through the coming years.
PLRW is an old, strong chapter. We have been through many twists and turns as the publishing world changes with technology and we have managed to not only survive, but thrive. It is what we do best and we will continue to do so. Chins up, ladies, we are here to stay no matter what the future holds for us!
As the cool air drifts in and the leaves begin to change into their blazing hues, one begins to think of hay rides, pumpkins and haunted houses.
Heralding that feeling with gusto, we had guest speaker, Katherine Ramsland, attend our September gathering where she spoke of haunted crime scenes.
We discussed some interesting, local murders and deaths that had taken place in the past and she shared with us her experience while investigating several famous locations, such as the Lizzie Borden house.
Members asked questions ranging from types of deaths to ghostly encounters and we were all left with a lingering feeling of mystery.