LCW events in March include:
Executive Committee Meeting, March 2nd, 2022 3-4PM. Good Samaritan Village. Topics will include:
- Financial Report
- Nominations for Outstanding Awards
- Nominations for Bio Report
- Web Report
- Workshop Report
- Membership Discussion Committee
- Directory Report
- Organizational Structure Discussion Committee
- Meeting Structure Discussion Committee
- Items for March 10th General Meeting Committee
General Meeting, March 10th, 2022. Agenda to follow.…
Join Susan Brontly, DACC Instructional Librarian, to learn advanced methods in internet research on 26 February 2022 (2-4PM) at Good Samaritan Village, Building E. Note this seminar is for members only and you should RSVP with Bob Worthington. Here’s an overview:
· Where you find resources depends upon what type of writing you do
· Types of resources writers might need
· Internet safety
· Google Power Searching
· Databases available to NM residents
· Locations of information on the internet
· Success stories & challenges
Gift someone with Tanya Dawson’s uplifting new book, Andersen Light, for Valentine’s Day.
Members and prospective members are welcome to join us on Thursday, February 10th at Good Samaritan Village for our monthly meetup, 1:30-3PM. Be there and be fair! Here’s the agenda:
February 10, 2022 Meeting
Meeting Start: 1:30 End: 3:00 pm
REMINDER: MASKS ARE REQUIRED, AND NAME TAGS PREFERRED
►Administrator Pintar will call the meeting to order.
►Two members will present their verbal Bio to the Membership
►Two appreciation awards will be presented
►Bob Worthington’s Seminar Report and update
►Pintar will call for a willingness to share expertise
►Mark Davis will provide a Website Update
►Breakout Session “Tips on Writing your Book” by Bob Worthington (0ne Hour)
►Breakout Session “Selling your work” by George Pintar (0ne Hour)
►Reconvene in Art Room for other announcements
The next Membership meeting will be on March 10 at 1:30 at Good Sam’s…
Don’t forget to join us for the LCW Valentine’s Day book signing event at Good Samaritan Village this Sunday, February 6th, from 2-4PM. All your favorite authors will be there!
Shall I compare thee to an exquisite book?
Though art lovely yet less breviloquent.
Rough prose encountered in my corner nook,
The lines do twist as the river is bent.
Oft the Bard’s cold specter calls out to me,
But he fades before the writing begins;
The words meander like brook, lark, and tree,
Then enjamb in ungrammatical sins;
But for thee, our plot is not complete yet,
Our dénouement remains to be written,
Nor shall your cover fade when showers wet,
And of your voice I am always smitten.
So long as we write, all our hopes do grow,
So long lives you, and all the worlds we know…
Check out Fenton Kay in the Las Cruces Bulletin with coverage of his newest book, Eye of Newt, Skin of Toad. Fenton has a fascinating background in field biology that he uses to weave tapestries of biology, suspense, and crime. Fenton will be signing books at the LCW Valentine’s Day event.