After a very inspiring September Luncheon in which Grant Faulkner spoke about the Power of Writing with Abandon, specifically as it relates to National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo.org), the Sacramento Branch of the California Writers Club is organizing a Meet to Write event.
From the President’s Message section of the October Newsletter:
For November, it will be in celebration of NaNoWriMo, http://nanowrimo.org/, and also National Nonfiction Writing Month (NoNonFiWriMo), http://writenonfictionnow.com/.
On Thursday, November 13, 2014, several of us will be meeting to write with abandon, together, and invite others who are interested to join in. We will meet from 9 a.m. to 11 a.m. at Marie Callender’s Restaurant & Bakery, 5525 Sunrise Boulevard in Citrus Heights. Marie Callender’s will have coffee and food available for purchase. Tentatively, we will write for an hour or so, with introductions before writing begins and group sharing time after writing ends.
Who should write together? We invite you and interested writers to join in.
What should you plan to write when you attend? You can have something in mind, or go where inspiration
What should you write with? You can bring a computer, or just pen and paper.
Why write together? Getting together to write is nothing new; other writers and groups do this. What is new is for us to organize the “Meet to Write” as a club activity, and we will consider having this as a regular event.
Interested in “Meet to Write”? Contact Margie Yee Webb to reserve your spot for Thursday, November 13.
Imagine meeting for the purpose of writing to see where your creativity will take you when you can focus on writing for an hour or more. Imagine your words and thoughts flowing freely. Join us!