Thursday, June 2, 2016

Writing Emotions of Your Story

Please join us on Saturday, June 11, 2016 at 10:30am, as we welcome Kellie Coates Gilbert presenting “Writing the Emotions of Your Story”.  
What does writing the emotions of your story mean, you ask? Kellie gives us a clue, “Ever pick up a book intending to read only one chapter before bed, but you look up to find it’s the wee hours of the morning? Learn how bestselling authors keep readers turning pages with emotionally-driven novels that make readers feel like they are actually a part of the action. The result? Fans who will want to take that ride with you again and again!”
Kellie has been described by RT Book Reviews as a “deft, crisp story- teller.” Her Texas Gold books were featured as Barnes & Noble Top Shelf Picks and were included on Library Journal’s Best Book List of 2014.
Born and raised in Idaho, Kellie now lives with her husband of 35 years in Dallas, where she spends most days by her pool drinking sweet tea and writing the stories of her heart. Her next book, What Matters Most, will be released in July, 2016.
Kellie invites readers to connect with her on:
Facebook: Kellie Coates Gilbert, Author        
Twitter: @KCoatesGilbert 

DFW Ready Writers meetings are held at the 
1715 W. Randol Mill Rd, in Arlington  
(click on name for map)
For those that would like to continue with fellowship and networking after the meeting, a Dutch treat lunch follows at a nearby restaurant.

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