Can you believe it's almost May? This weekend we'll be celebrating our first (hopefully annual) writing retreat. If you've suddenly found yourself free this weekend, there's still time to sign up. If not, mark your calendar for the first weekend in May 2015 and maybe we'll see you then.
Our June meeting is scheduled and booked for Lansing. I hope you can join us! Here are the details:
Book Marketing with Mary Vee
Saturday, June 7, 12–2 p.m.
LA Senorita Mexican Restaurant
2706 Lake Lansing Road
Lansing MI 48912-3622
Please RSVP to Rohn Federbush at rohn(at)comcast(dot)net if you're planning to attend.
We're still finalizing details for our last three meetings this year (August, October, and December). You can check our on-line calendar for updates: http://greatlakeschapter.blogspot.com/p/workshops.html.--
And now for a few minutes to celebrate with and applaud some of our members:
Catherine Brakefield has had her second Arcadia Book published: Images of America, Eastern Lapeer County. Catherine has also signed a contract with CrossRiver Media Group for her historical romance, Wilted Dandelions, this month.
Donna Winters is hosting a series of audio author interviews, called "Christian Author Talks," on her blog. To receive notice of each interview as it becomes available, sign up for her newsletter at http://www.greatlakesromances.com/category/blog
She is currently scheduling authors for this audio series and would love to talk with you! To be featured as a guest, please download the speaker form from this page: http://www.greatlakesromances.com/speaker-form
Rohn Federbush's Sally Bianco Mystery Series is being published as three eBooks by MyGirlFriday, Florence Price. The first eBook is free to drum up your interest in the series. You can read more at
I hope you're enjoying the warmer weather and finding a little inspiration in the sunshine. Have a great day, and happy writing!