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Regular meetings are held at 1:00 p.m. on the first Wednesday of each month at the Peach State Bank, 325 Washington Street, Gainesville, GA, 3rd floor. We welcome visitors and writers at all levels of experience and in all genres. Enjoy a free, informative program followed by social time with refreshments.

Members with limited mobility and guests may park at the Peach State Bank. All other members please park at St. Paul United Methodist Church across the street from the bank, as we have permission to use their spaces for overflow parking. (Please do not park in front of the glass doors of the church as those spaces are for their staff).


 

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If you haven't paid your dues of $30 for 2014, please send a check made payable to: Northeast Georgia Writers, 5330 Raintree Trail, Oakwood, GA 30566. Dues must be paid by the first week in January to be eligible for our annual writing contest.

Congradulations to the elected officers for 2015:

President
Gay Lull
Vice President
Charlene DeWitt
Secretary
Christine Farrier
Treasurer
Jim Stephens
Parlimentarian
Ruthanna Bass


Next Month's Meeting


December 3, 2014

Christmas Party

See your e-mail for further information


    

Upcoming Events


“Writing Romantic Comedies and Love Stories”

Our program for January will be the second part of a two part video presentation on “Writing Romantic Comedies and Love Stories” by Michael Hauge.

Love stories heighten both the emotional appeal and the commercial potential of your screenplay, and provide you with a powerful tool for revealing inner conflict, character growth and theme. Using the most successful romantic comedies and love stories of the last decade as examples, this DVD will reveal the essential principles for writing believable, entertaining, and emotionally fulfilling romantic relationships.

This isn’t just for writers of love stories—note the part of the paragraph above that I have underlined. These are important elements of all writing, and Hauge does a good job of explaining and giving examples.



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