Meetings

The Basics

When?

3rd Saturday of each month
No meeting in November (Thanksgiving).
Meet the 2nd Saturday in December for our Holiday Party.

Where?

La Hacienda Ranch (Click for map)
5251 Hwy 121
Grapevine/Colleyville, Texas

Times?

10 am -- Doors Open

10-10:30 -- Get Published! Workshop
Open to all but tailored for the not-yet-published

10:45 am --  Meeting Begins

11 am -- Speaker

Noon(ish) -- Business meeting and optional lunch (most stay for lunch, but duck out if you need to)

2019 Meetings

Dec 14th

Holiday Party--games, awards & ornament exchange

2020 Meetings

Jan 18th

Amber Royer--Archetypes vs. Cliche

Feb  15th

L.C. Hayden--How to Perfect Your Writing Technique

Mar 21st

Diane K. Peterson--The Evolution of the Romance Novel

Come visit us at one of these upcoming meetings

Due to the COVID-19 and the encouraged social distancing as well as restaurant/bar closures, the Board has made the decision to take our meeting virtual. We will be using ZOOM, for which you can create a free account. During the process, you will be invited to a test meeting. Please take a few minutes to do that in advance of Saturday. Meeting information and registration information will be sent directly to anyone on our newsletter mailing list. If you have any questions, please send an email to president @ ntrwa . org. Thanks. Jen

 

Diane K.Peterson, our March speaker, will take a look at the world of Romancelandia – its history and influences. Beginning with the origins of the romance novel, we will examine growth and changes in romancing publishing, highlighting significant milestones in the genre including the Trailblazers list presented at the 2019 RWA conference. Understanding the development of the genre helps us interpret the status of romance writing today.

Diane sees her role as a friend or advocate for romance readers. She works to build bridges among readers, authors and the books they both love.She has devoted her life to the promotion of reading in many forms. For many years she promoted literature to children and adolescents as a school library media specialist. She now works to promote the romance novel industry as an analyst, speaker, reviewer and writer.

 

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