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Power Your Writing with Robust Verbs

By Susan E. Lindsey “Kill the adverbs,” Mark Twain declares. “How can I convey what I mean?” the writer whines. To minimize use of adverbs, use strong, specific verbs. You could write that a character quickly (or slowly) walked to the door. But think of the vast array of other verbs for “walk,” including bolt, lurch, lumber, plod, strut, pace, ...

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Muffin Top: A Love Story

Movie Screening Benefits Women Who Write We’ve organized a special screening of the new movie, Muffin Top: A Love Story (https://www.tugg.com/events/13167), as a benefit for our group. If you live in the Louisville area, mark your calendars for Wednesday, Feb. 25, and head to Cinemark Theaters at Mall St. Matthews. Doors open at 7 p.m. for fun and prizes; film ...

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In the News: Judith Owens-Lalude

Women Who Write member Judith Owens-Lalude has a busy agenda for February; she will be appearing at several events related to Black History Month, as well as hosting readings of her own work. On Feb. 2 at noon, she’s participating in an African American Read-In at Jefferson Community & Technical College (downtown) at the John T. Smith Library. On Feb. ...

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Full Steam Ahead

Here we are well past New Year’s Eve with all its resolutions—write more poetry, update the blog more regularly, or finish the manuscript—topping your list of literary pledges for 2015. I hope that attending more Women Who Write monthly meetings is also high on your priority list. What an amazing year we had in 2014, with our membership increasing and ...

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Just for Fun

Check here for updates regarding special celebrations, seasonal parties and occasional road-trips inspired by Women Who Write!

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Thankful Reflections

November is traditionally a month when many of us look back over the past year and give thanks for those people, events and activities that have had a positive effect on our lives. Sometimes we are even fortunate enough to have life-changing or life-affirming events. Gratitude can be expressed in many ways. This having been my first year as director ...

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Where Are Writers From?

Linda Satterlee-McFadin led a free-writing session at the WWW workshop. In a writing exercise based on George Ella Lyon’s “Where I’m From” poem, participants wrote about the people, places, and things that made them who they are. Here are some of their musings: I am from dust-covered bare feet and eating tomatoes plucked and salted, Back porch wringer washing clothes ...

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Attention, Published Writers

Seeking places to promote and sell your book? Frank Hall, organizer of the Madison Author Fair, is seeking 100 authors for the 2015 event, to be held April 4 in Madison, Indiana. Email Frank at Frank@thatbookplace.com and pass along the Facebook link to writers you know.

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