Aspiring authors invited to join Writer’s Club

Wells Gray Seniors Society Writer’s Club seeks those who want to improve their writing skills

Members of the Wells Gray Seniors Society Writers Club seek inspiration together. Pictured are (back

As the cooler weather approaches, our recreational pursuits will probably move from the beach to the indoors. With this in mind, I ask, have you ever had the desire to write a story? Or maybe you have put on paper a collection of childhood memories for future generations? Perhaps you have sometimes jotted down a few lines of poetry.

Then you should consider becoming a member of the Wells Gray Seniors Society Writer’s Club.

You couldn’t find a more positive or encouraging group of people. We share with each other our writing successes and failures and sprinkle it with humor. We also discuss such topics as learning new ways to improve our skills or how to access publishing opportunities if so desired.

This group is open to all adults and we meet at 2 p.m. on the first and third Thursday of every month, at the library.

Bring pen, paper, ideas and dreams and we will look forward to meeting you.

 

For further information call Sandra Holmes at 250-674-3615 or Val Luger at 250-676-9662.

 

 

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