Next Meeting 13

tMarch 11

Jennifer Hallock  presents:
 The History Games: Using Real Events to Write the Best Fiction in Any Genre

How do you write authentic characters who are nothing like you? Through lots of research, of course. But beware—flat descriptions from encyclopedias won’t cut it because they reflect only the most common experience. 


9:30 Critique Group: Line Editing

Craft Corner: Tara Gorvine: Options for backing up your work

​Session 2: Kristan Higgins: How Creating and Maintaining a Professional Image Helps Your Career



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CTRWA is a division of Romance Writers of America.


Unless otherwise specified, all CTRWA meetings consist of the following:


   9:30:   Critique Group (optional)

   11:00: Business Meeting/Craft Corner

   12:00: Lunch

   1:00:  Session 1

   2:15:  Session 2

 


All meetings of CTRWA are held at 

the Four Points Sheraton

275 Research Parkway

Meriden, CT. 

Unless otherwise specified, 

meetings are held the second Saturday of the month and begin at 11:00 a.m.


Connecticut Chapter of Romance Writers of America

 Established 1981


UPCOMING MEETING

April 1-2

(no regular meeting)


Mini-Con with Damon Suede!


Two Workshops: Winning the Promo Game & The Genre Plot


At the Norwalk Inn & Conference Center


More Information & Registration: HERE