Tuesday, May 15, 2007

Fiction Writing Meeting in Omaha

Writer Dan Reynolds will be hosting a fiction writing discussion at the next Omaha Nightwriters group meeting this Thursday, May 17th at 7:00 p.m. at Panera Bread, 136th St and West Maple Road in Omaha. Dan will lead the group in a dialogue concerning:

* The Benefits of Joining a Critique Group

* Getting Input vs. Working in a Vacuum

* Professional Relationships

* Developing a Healthy Outlook (Accepting Criticism)

* How Do You Deliver a Good Critique?

* Novel Ideas (Spurring Creativity)

* Writing Strategies

* Researching Your Story

* What Sells, What Doesn't

* Software Tools, etc.

Dan will have many of these software tools on a FREE CD for anyone attending the meeting. There is no fee/membership required to attend the meeting.

The Omaha NightWriters are writers of every genre - from non-fiction to mystery novels. Members also write screenplays, stage plays, science fiction and romance novels. A guest speaker is featured at each monthly meeting (except December). The group also offers a free critique workshop wherein you can read your articles, query letters, book chapters, short stories, etc., and receive feedback on how to improve your writing. A poetry group also meets once a month.

For more information, contact Lisa Pelto at: 402-301-4767.


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