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  • Sherry L. Moore
    Sherry L. Moore • 1 year ago

    I am beyond excited. This conference is for writers at all points of writing. It is a safe place to be no matter what your writing goals happen to be. You can ask questions, receive advice and be inspired to achieve your dreams. If you are at "crossroad," then join us because some of us are there too.

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    Yes. I work at the Irving Public Library in Irving, Texas. We are gearing up for our 2nd annual NaNoWriMo conference. I also am part of a writer's group at my church. We meet once a month and sometimes we have a speaker, sometimes we read for/to each other and give our advice, sometimes we have a topic to discuss. Many are doing te NaNoWriMo Book in a Month challenge this time. I write mainly non-fiction, but am still going to the events at our Library and possible do the challenge.

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