Newnan Carnegie, Hometown Novel Nights host Writing Workshop


From Special Reports

If you are a writer and interested in learning what you may face when trying to publish your work, this workshop is for you.

The Newnan Carnegie Library and Hometown Novel Nights will host its next quarterly Writing Workshop on Saturday, Oct. 9 at 10 a.m. The Zoom event will feature writer Susan Crawford and will focus on “Overcoming the Fears of Pitches and Queries.”

“Hometown Novel Nights is dedicated to not only introducing authors to the community from within the community,” says Anthony Urda, the adult event coordinator for the Newnan Carnegie Library, “but to create more writers and spread the passion of the craft to the community.”

Registration is required for this event, so do not forget to check out the Newnan Carnegie Library Eventbrite Page  to reserve a seat. More information about the event can be found on the Newnan Carnegie Library website and on their Facebook page.

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    HNN Writer’s Group is a growing group of writers helping writers on the path to publishing their stories. It is an outgrowth of the Hometown Novel Nights author programs which introduces Georgia authors to our local audiences. The programs are a mix of live audiences and virtual broadcasts allowing a larger audience to be engaged and entertained and informed.
    Cohosts and sponsors include Newnan Carnegie Library, Corner Arts Gallery, Studio & Gift Shop, Warm Springs Cellars
    Thank you to Winters Media & Design & Nancy Sanker and her monthly The Bookmark Column.

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