The Denton Writer’s Critique Group shall be taking a brief hiatus on December 20th and 27th due to holiday shenanigans. The group will resume regular meetings January 3rd.
The Greater Denton Arts Council building will be otherwise occupied on August 2nd, and as such, Crit shall not be meeting there on that date. Instead, Crit will be held at Cafe Brazil — University @ Carroll in Denton.
Today we’ve got a great post discussing optimal times to reveal secrets in your story. You can check it out here.
“Read more than 60 examples of successful query letters. Study queries that worked, and hear from literary agents on why they cut through the slush pile.”
December 15th: Last meeting of 2015.
December 22nd: NO MEETING
December 29th: NO MEETING
January 5h: Meetings begin again as normal.
It’s always interesting to find out how authors write dark material, so SF Signal asked their contributors this:
How do you use the fears that fascinate you in your writing, and how do the things in those dark recesses and corners of your mind come to the fore? What authors evoke the fears lurking in your own head and how do they do it?
This is what they said…
The North Branch Library will be closed for renovations from May 24-27, and that means the North Branch Writer’s Critique Group will not be meeting Tuesday, May 26th.
Word to yo’ mother.
What’s the secret to coming in for a good landing on a short story — or a novel? Writer Cat Rambo shares a few secrets to coming up with an ending that satisfies your readers.
Read the full article here!
Meeting Cancellation Notice:
Due to inclement weather and hazardous road conditions, the critique group meeting on February 24, 2015 is cancelled.
Due to library maintenance, the meeting on March 3, 2015 is also cancelled.
Regular meetings will resume on March 10, 2015. See you then!