Friday, February 6, 2015, 9:00 a.m. – 11 a.m.
How to Take Your Career Transitions and Strengths and Turn Them Into a Novel
What makes any one of us think we can actually write a novel–despite having arrived at a “certain” age, complete with life’s lessons learned and a range of previous jobs under the belt? So asks El Dorado Hills romantic suspense/ murder author Sherry Joyce, who, after excelling at several careers of her own, set out to do just that. The result is her first novel, The Dordogne Deception.
Joyce will discuss her writing journey during our February Networking breakfast meeting and will share pointers on how we can convert our own career strengths and life choices to help us create a compelling novel.
Sherry Joyce is a frequent guest speaker. She recently moderated a panel of Mystery, Mayhem and Suspense with fellow Sisters in Crime authors at the Placerville Library. In her professional life before writing, she worked in radio and television, high tech and interior design.
The public is invited. CWC membership not required.
Writers Network is held the first Friday of every month at the International House of Pancakes (IHOP), 2216 Sunrise Blvd., Rancho Cordova (just north of Highway 50) starting at 9 AM. Meetings are free. Attendees pay for their own breakfast. Get map.
Questions? Contact Margie Yee Webb via the CWC Contact page.
Members are urged to invite their writer friends to attend these sessions. CWC membership is not required. They may also want to consider joining CWC to enjoy the benefits of mixing with many experienced writers willing to share what they know.