Welcome To Write Way Writers' Group
A Point In The Right Direction
A point in the right direction is the mission of the Write Way Writers' Group is to aid in the pursuit of a full-time writing career. We are open to all writers wishing to advance in their craft. No matter where you are in your writing career, their will be new and exciting opportunities available to you. We will supply you with great input from other members, along with stimulating writing exercises and various outings throughout the year.
Our Main focus is to offer support and guidance to it's members. With advice on reading, writing, and publishing. All categories represented: Poetry, Inspirational, Romance, Historical, Mystery, and Erotica. Poetry will be our main focus.
Write Way Writer's group meets every second Tuesday of the month, at Joliet Public Library, at 7:00 P.M. No meetings between Thanksgiving and the New Year. Visitors are welcome.
Our goal is to bring together writers from all areas, giving them a chance to meet and encourage each other towards their goal of publication. If you are looking for a supportive group. Write Way Writers' Group is the place for you.
For an application. Send an e-mail to: email@example.com.
Write Way Writers' Group is a non-profit organization, volunteers and donations are always accepted.
What's Happening at Write Way
For the month of April, The Write Way Writers' Group welcomed Brandye Phillips.
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In July the Write Way Writers Group visited
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"...you have to keep close to people who see you as a writer. In this sence, new friends maybe the best friends." -David Bradley
Gertrude Stein wrote, "To write is to write is to write is to write is to write is to write is to write.." Who can say what she meant (She also wrote, "Rose is a rose is a rose is a rose"), except perhaps exactly what she wrote: that writing is all and everything of it, the beginning and the end. That to write is to write. We just do it. How to get started writing? Write. How to keep going? Write. -Judy Reeves
"WHEN YOU ALLOW THE SEASONS TO CHANGE YOU ALLOW YOURSELF TO GROW" - V. Smith
Essentials for a Group Member
A healthy sence of self
A desire to work with others and an interest in their work
Openness and flexibility
Willingness to work within the group's structure and guidelines
Willingness to take risks
Willingness to work through conflicts
Willingness to practice skills that enhance the group
Willingness to honor your commitments
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"Make sure you have other people in your life who will exert benevolent pressure to get you to keep writing." - Anne Lamott
Show me a writer who isn't scared at least some of the time and I'll show you a person who is as out of touch with their feelings as a sociopath or as spiritually envolved as the Dalai Lama. We're writers, of course we're scared. That doesn't mean we don't write. Or rewrite. Or show our work to others. Or ask questions. Acknowledge the fear and move on. Light a candle. Say a Prayer. Ask for help. Comfort and encouragement one another and be kind. -Judy Reeves
"Keep away from people who try to belittle your ambitions. Small people always do that, but really great people make you feel that you, too, can become great." -Mark Twain
To all former member's of the Crest Hill Writers' Group. It doesn't feel like six years have passed. It seams we would be together forever. We've all had our ups' and downs'. We've seen members come and go. Some members have even changed genres But, most importantly, we've made long lasting friendships that will never end. So, all is not lost, and hopefully we can still stay in touch. Sometimes change is for the better.
Change has brought forth an idea for a new writers' group to be formed, and for some of you, that maybe an option for further growth, and for others to take a break. What ever you may decide, all of us from the Write Way Writers' Group would like to wish you the best. Stay committed, keep reaching you goals, and continue to claim yourself as a writer.
A Personal Thank You
From all of us at Write Way Writers' Group
We would like to thank Robyn for all the encouragement
and inspiration you have given us thoughout the years.
Thanks for visiting
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