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Patricia Brooks to speak May 18 – Rim Country

Rim Country APW Chapter meeting will be held Wednesday, May 18th, Noon, at a NEW LOCATION: the Majestic Rim Retirement Living 310 East Tyler Parkway, Payson AZ. Patricia Brooks will be speaking on Write the Memoir You’re Afraid to Write.  This is a free event, open to the public. No RSVP required.
Patricia Brooks

Patricia Brooks

 

In an encouraging and insightful presentation, Patricia L. Brooks will help you capture your untold story that must be told.  Through her presentation:  “Write the Memoir you’re Afraid to Write” she will share with you how to write this memoir to your own satisfaction so you can face your fears, get past the facts and conquer the story’s emotional truth.

 With tips and techniques from her daring new second memoir, Three Husbands and a Thousand Boyfriends, Patricia will inspire you to take the necessary steps to keep a working journal, write weekly goals and make no excuses about what you write.  She will stimulate your creative talents by showing you how to break through your silence, find your voice and give yourself permission to tell your story.
The workshop Objectives are to:
  • Understand the real Theme of your memoir
  • Learn to dig deep to get to the Soul of the story
  • Discover the Depth and Challenge of your memoir
The workshop Benefits are:
  • The Ability to reveal layers of your Heart and Hope
  • The Willingness to receive Insights and Wisdom
  • The Capacity to seek Personal Transformation
Hope to see you all there.
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April 2016 TypeRider

The April, 2016 issue of TypeRider is here. As usual, it is loaded with articles and upcoming writing events. Find summaries of past district programs and descriptions of upcoming ones. The Payson Book Festival is on track for July 23 and you can find out how to participate. You’ll want to read Betty Webb’s article, “Me and My Shadow Self,” and how to make your writing more appealing to the reader. Improve your craft by marking and attending some of the many events listed in the Calendar section that will be offered this spring.

First TypeRider of 2016!

Thanks to editor Lynda Exley, our January, 2016 issue – the first of 2016 – is here! Read about the December holiday parties and an intriguing article, “Do words, gemstones have anything in common?” by Marion E. Gold. Three APW districts are holding meetings this month so be sure to mark them on your calendar. You’ll find several APW members presenting elsewhere and many writing events to inspire you and add to your knowledge coming up this month and beyond. If you are considering participating in the 2nd Payson Book Festival, read more about it and act soon before all available author tables are gone! Information on the NFPW Communication Contest is also included.

November, 2015 TypeRider is here!

Read the information-packed November, 2015 issue of the TypeRider. Lots going on in the districts and many writing events coming up. Catch up with members too. Thanks, Lynda Exley, our hard working editor, for another great issue!

October, 2015 TypeRider

If you haven’t read the October, 2015 TypeRider, click on the link to do so. It’s another information-filled issue. Find out what events are coming up in Central, Colorado and Rim Country Districts.  Brenda Warneka reports and has pictures of the NFPW Convention in Anchorage in September.  Catch up with other members and peruse the long list of writing events coming up.

July, 2015 TypeRider

Read more about the Payson Book Festival to be held July 25 in the cool pines of Rim Country in the  July 2015 TypeRider. Several APW members will be participating. Meet Jackie Rowland Murray, author of Oatman: History, Recipes & Ghost Stories in Brenda Warneka’s interview. Find out what’s been happening with members plus check out the number of book and writing events coming up.

Payson Book Festival – July 25, 2015

Book Fair flier.inddJoin us in Payson in the cool pines beneath the Mogollon Rim for Payson’s first ever book festival. More than 60 authors will participate. Gila Community College and Arizona Professional Writers (APW) are partnering to present the Payson Book Festival on July 25, 2015, at the Payson campus, 201 N. Mud Springs Rd. in Payson, Arizona.

This is a family-oriented event and is offered to the public free of charge. A children’s element will feature story time, a young writer’s workshop and an opportunity to meet “Story Monster.” Entertainment, workshops, speakers and author signings will take place throughout the day. Food is available. See PaysonBookFestival.org  for more information. You can also download the Book_Fair_flyer, which includes the schedule of events.

Come support the book festival! Volunteer to help or come meet the authors and check out their books.