November Meet Rescheduled

The November meeting of the Rome Area Writers has been rescheduled for Monday November 21. It will be at 6:00 in the Etowah room of the Rome/Floyd County Library. Novelist Bryan Powell will be our speaker. Bryan not only has authored a number of Christian Fiction/Political Fiction novels, but also has composed/arranged music with eighty choral works to his credit. From his years of experience as an author, Bryan will be speaking to us on the topic of marketing. His presentation, “Marketing is Murder” will be of interest to anyone who has a book or is looking to have a book published.

Also, remember that the December meeting will be at the Landmark at 6:00 pm on December 15th.

 

Next meeting is November 10.

The next meeting of the Rome Area writers will be Thursday, November 10 in the Etowah room of the Rome/Floyd County Library. Novelist Bryan Powell will be our speaker. Bryan not only has authored a number of Christian Fiction/Political Fiction novels, but also has composed/arranged music with eighty choral works to his credit. From his years of experience as an author, Bryan will be speaking to us on the topic of marketing. His presentation, “Marketing is Murder” will be of interest to anyone who has a book or is looking to have a book published.

The Rome Art Coterie and Rome Area Writers Collaboration

The yearly collaboration between the Rome Art Coterie and Rome Area Writers will take place Tuesday October 11 in the Coosa Room at the library 6 to 8 p.m. The prompt is Façade. The visual artists and literary artists will create works based on this prompt. It’s free, open to the public, and refreshments will be served. Please note that this meeting will be the October meeting for Rome Area Writers. We will NOT meet on the second Thursday of October.

Next Meeting September 8th!

The next meeting of the Rome Area Writers will be on September 8th at 6 p.m. We will meet in the Etowah Room of the Rome-Floyd County Library. Joe Cook, local author and advocate of the Coosa River Basin Initiative, will discuss his latest published book about the Broad River. Members will also share their stories, poems or essays on this month’s prompt, “Labor.” The meeting is open to the public.