Friday, May 29, 2015

Maximizing Research - Be empowered!

Empower your writing with well researched information. Join us on Saturday, June 13th as Lynne Gentry shows us: "How to sprinkle research into your stories without sounding like an information dump.'
Lynne Gentry has always been a storyteller.

Trained in theater arts at Oklahoma Christian University, she’s written and produced everything from full-length musicals to a children’s theater curriculum. As the former Director of the Dallas International Performing Arts Academy, she now teaches private acting lessons. Her students have successfully auditioned for Broadway, Disney, Nickelodeon, American Idol, various television series, local and national commercials, talent agencies, and major college theater programs.

A professional writer for twelve years, Lynne has written for Christian Woman magazine, Guideposts, Tyndale, Worthy, HCI Books, and now Howard Books/Simon & Schuster.  Her stories have been finalists in the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Genesis contest and the prestigious Westbow’s Fiction contest.

Believing we can work together to change our world, she has co-founded The ECHO Project, a humanitarian organization dedicated to becoming the voice for the poorest of the poor in one of the darkest corners of the world…Africa.

Lynne love spending time with her family or working the Baylor oncology wards with her medical therapy dog Roman. 

Her books will be on sale: $10 for Healer of Carthage & $15 for Return to Exile or $22 for both.

The DFW Chapter of the American Fiction Christian Writers
(fondly dubbed Ready Writers) 
meets the second Saturday of the month 
              from 10:30 a.m.-12:00 noon at               

1715 W Randol Mill Rd, Arlington, TX 76012

Guests are always welcomed to attend free of charge! Members pay $2.00 per meeting.

Please join us for a Dutch Treat lunch at a local restaurant nearby after the meeting to network and fellowship with other Christian writers who are serious about their gift and their craft.