62 year-old debut novelist Sandra Gail Lambert will read from The River’s Memory and discuss her path to writing success at 2 p.m. on Sunday, August 3rd at the Winter Park Library, 460 E New England Ave, Winter Park, FL 32789. Learn from this NO EXCUSES author how you can make your own writing dreams come true.
Join Patricia Charpentier’s Seven-Day Writing Challenge in August for a fun and free way to get yourself writing and sharing your life stories.
Make the commitment to write every day for seven days. You will be helped along the way with daily email prompts designed to trigger memories, which will lead you to stories you might not have otherwise thought to write about.
You’ll receive encouragement and advice throughout the week, and you’ll have access to an online forum where you can share your assignments and writing journey with other challenge participants. To wrap up the week, you can participate in a free teleseminar on your next writing steps.
Head to www.freewritingchallenge.com and register today!
Holocaust Memorial Resource and Education Center is offering visitors an intimate glimpse into the lives of those who endured the ghettos and camps of the Holocaust. The translated text of postcards and letters represent the authentic voices of the inmates speaking to us and allow us to gain perspective on how we view conflicts today. This exhibit will be held through August 29th.
Dandelion Communitea Café hosts Diverse Word (eclectic spoken word poetry) every Tuesday from 8-10 p.m. through August 26th. Then there will be a break until January, 2015. This event is free.