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No meeting in July due to RWA Nationals, but please join us

July 12: “How To Write A Romance”. President, Kristin Wallace will lead a panel of local authors at the North Regional Library/BC, 1100 Coconut Creek Blvd, Coconut Creek, FL 33066 who will answer your questions about how you can take that spark of an idea and craft it into a novel. Book signing to follow. Free and open to all.

 

 

Monthly Meetings

WHEN: Monthly Meetings are held the second Saturday of every month

WHERE: See below for location and directions

TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

MENU: Hot buffet breakfast (unless otherwise specified, please check details below!)

ALL RESERVATIONS MUST BE MADE IN ADVANCE BY E- MAILto Edi Ojeda at ediojeda@comcast.net AND RECEIVED BY THE WEDNESDAY PRIOR TO THE MEETING, but preferably before. Please be advised there is a $5.00 late fee for any reservations made after 4:30 on the Wednesday before the meeting. Non-members are welcome to attend up to two meetings per year and are required to make advance reservations as well.

If you pay by PayPal, please bring your receipt/confirmation # to the meeting!

 

COMING UP:

DATE:  Saturday, August 9th, 2014

TIME: 9:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m.

LOCATION: Sheraton Fort Lauderdale Airport Hotel
1825 Griffin Road
Dania, 33004

COST: $22 per person/member, $25 non-member; includes buffet breakfast

DIRECTIONS: I-95 to Griffin Road exit (Exit 26).  Go east on Griffin and make a right at the first light into the Sheraton parking area.

PARKING: Self-parking is free of charge.  Take a ticket when you enter and when you leave be sure to tell the parking attendant you were attending the FRW event.

PROGRAM:   August 9: Archeology for Writers presented by Linsey Thomas

Indiana Jones. The Librarian. The DaVinci Code by Dan Brown. These books and movies are etched in our minds as an exciting, fun and exciting. Pirates, history, and underwater/underground secrets keep the adventure alive. Linsey Hall will instruct her class on how we can use real life archaeology, the techniques, the equipment, the places, to enhance our novels. Whether you write historicals, romance or mystery, this is one lecture not to be missed.

Biography: Lindsey Hall Thomas is a nautical archaeologist with an MA from Texas A&M University who has worked for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration and ProMare, a non-profit nautical archaeology research foundation. She’s studied shipwrecks and submerged settlement sites from Hawaii and the Yukon to the UK and Italy. In Autumn 2014, she will release (as Linsey Hall) three books in a paranormal romance series inspired by her work as an archaeologist.

 


FRW MEMBERS
please RSVP by the Wednesday prior to the meeting by e-mail to Edi Ojeda at ediojeda@comcast.net to make your reservation. Members may pay at the door, but if you make a reservation and then can’t attend, you will be billed for $22.00. Parking is now FREE. Please remember we are now accepting only CHECKS or PayPal. Please be advised there is a $5.00 late fee for any reservations made after 4:30pm on the Wednesday prior to the meeting.

NON-MEMBERS are welcome to attend two (2) meetings per year. Please contact Edi Ojeda at ediojeda@comcast.net for more information. Checks for $25.00 payable to Florida Romance Writers, Inc. must be sent in advance to:

Florida Romance Writers

c/o FRW Treasurer
P. O. Box 480211
Fort Lauderdale, FL 33348

or pay via PayPal (Please bring your receipt/confirmation # to the meeting!!):

Members:




Non-Members and Guests:



Future Meeting Topics of 2014

September 13: Be Your Own Agent presented by Victoria Pinder

October 11:It Takes a Village – A Helpful Guide to Indie Publishing by Deborah Richardson

November 8:  Marketing, Blogs and Reader Events by Ana Ivies (Wicked Book Events and Ana’s Attic Book Blog)

December 13: Christmas Party

January 10, 2015: Motivation for Writing by Traci Hall and Christopher Hawke

February 14, 2015: To be Announced. (Happy Valentine’s Day Romance Authors)