Books by two of “my” local authors (that is, I did editing and design & layout for one, and editing and proofreading for the other) are in existence! I’m so pleased for them. These are really fun, creative projects.
Jane Austen fans, check out Carolyn Meisel‘s PuzzleBooks for Readers – six books, each based on an Austen novel, with crossword, story and scramble puzzles for each: www.puzzlebookforreaders.com
Those who sew, are sure to enjoy Meredith Drake‘s Song of the Seam Ripper & Other Sewing Poems: www.songoftheseamripper.com (props to Victoria Brzustowicz, www.VictoriaBCreative.com, who created Meredith’s website).
Now to help these authors set up some readings/signings in area bookstores and shops!
NAIWE founder and director Janice Campbell is among the speakers who will share their expertise, tips and insights on how to “Be a Better Freelancer”® at the 2016 Communication Central conference, Oct. 28-29 at a new Hilton Garden Inn in Rochester, NY.
Other speakers include Rich Adin, Bevi Chagnon, Kat Friedrich, Carolyn Haley, Daniel Heuman, Pamela Owens Hilliard, Jack Lyon, Ally Machate, Dick Margulis, Adrienne Montgomery and Lori Paximadis. Geoff Hart may present a special workshop on Oct. 30.
NAIWE members are eligible for the colleague’s discount on registration. Watch this space for more details about session topics, speaker backgrounds and registration! Information also is in the Conferences section of www.communication-central.com.
This was so exciting – I’m a recipient of a 2015 Big Pencil Award from Rochester, NY’s Writers and Books literary center for being “A teacher of adults who has inspired the creation and appreciation of literature” and someone who has “contributed significantly in the advancement, creation, and understanding of literature in the Rochester community.” The award presentation was on November 14 – and I’m still glowing.