New location for the Philadelphia Area writers’ critique group

We will be having our monthly writers’ critique group meeting this Wednesday, November 7, 2007 at a new location: the Valley Forge Barnes & Noble.

Barnes & Noble

150 W. Swedesford Rd.

Valley Forge, PA 19333

As usual, please bring at least five copies of no more than five pages of your work to exchange and critique with the group.

New members are always welcome.  Contact me via email with any questions – we look forward to seeing you! 

Monday Mid-Morning Muse soon to follow…

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2 Responses to New location for the Philadelphia Area writers’ critique group

  1. debra & marc berk says:

    Greetings! We are searching for a publisher for our 5 short murder mysteries entitled Murder on the Main Line. Any help is appreciated. Thank you!

  2. JLB says:

    Debra & Marc, greetings, and thanks for visiting Brainripples. I have a couple suggestions for places to start:

    First, Writer’s Market is an invaluable resource. I use Writer’s Market to help me find publications where I can submit my work.

    Second, I have a book called Ghost Stories of Chester County and the Brandywine Valley by Charles J Adams III. It was published by Exeter House Books, and it may (or may not) be an appropriate place to shop your book.

    Finally, Pennwriters is a Pennsylvania resource for writers, and you may be able to find other writers in your genre who can recommend local publishers (if that’s what you are seeking).

    Be sure to come back and let us know your progress – I’m intrigued!

    Best wishes and good luck with your writing,
    Jade

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