L.A. Beach Writers meet April 15 at Gulf Shores Library
By Nancy Lawler Dickhute
April 15 is more than tax day. It is the day the L.A. Beach Writers will meet in the Thomas B. Norton Library in Gulf Shores at 5:30 p.m. for its monthly meeting.
This month the group gets back to what inspired it in the first place: sharing members’ writings and receiving feedback. Each member is encouraged to address one of the following prompts to be shared with the group:
1. What have you learned about yourself as a writer in the last year? Explain.
2. Name one writer or one written work that has inspired you as a writer. Explain how.
These sessions are always both informative and educational. So members, sharpen your writing skills and be ready to share your thoughts. Guests are welcome to attend this first part of the meeting.
The second part of the meeting is for members only. The group will discuss its end-of-the year dinner in May and where L.A. Beach Writers goes from here. Reminder to members: your submissions to Letters from the Beach are due to the members’ website by April 15.
L.A. Beach Writers is a voluntary organization which exists to support dedicated writers with tolerance and respect in all genres through review, critique and discussion of their written works and to improve writing skills through education, mentoring and encouragement of members and visitors. If anyone has any questions about the meeting or would like to attend as a visitor, please contact either Nancy Dickhute (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Kim Shackleford (email@example.com).