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I hope you are having a fabulous Friday. I just wanted to take a moment to thank the people who have made me a better writer–my critique group! This wonderful group of ladies has been meeting with me almost every two weeks, all with the common goal of honing our writing skills. Well, our hard work has paid off! I am proud to announce that our very own Lisa Mortara has published her novel, In the Shadow of the Eiffel Tower: Adventure, Intrigue, and Seduction in Paris. Paula Riley, who is also the amazing photographer did my photo shoot for my website, published her book, Atheist in Church — on Heaven and Other Mysteries. Chris Rost is writing an incredibly funny satire about the Seven Deadly Sins. Anne Buckley is working on a masterful first novel staring an old Irish farmer named Miley who visits New York City for the first time. Cynthia (AKA, “Alexandria”) King is a creative writer who has a talent for sci-fi, and she manages to write full time despite suffering from retrograde amnesia after a nearly fatal car crash years ago. And of course, there is me, author of Tales of a Law School Dropout.
I am incredibly blessed to be a part of this talented group of women–without them, I would not be the writer I am today. Don’t forget to read my post about critique groups and sign up for your Top Ten Career Tips to discover the secret to career success.
I am proud to announce that my virtual book tour travels to the website of Connie Dunn, an enthusiastic writer and publishing maven. Check out the full article by clicking the title, “How to Hone Your Writing with a Critique Group.”
The article covers:
- The benefits of joining a critique group
- What to avoid in a critique group
- Action steps to follow after your critique group meeting
Also, don’t forget to Like my book’s fan page, “Tales of a Law School Dropout” on Facebook! Please leave a comment. I’d appreciate your feedback and ideas for future articles.