Award Winning Author Shares Writing Knowledge

Author Christine Kohler will show how to turn life experiences into publishable stories at the Granbury Writers’ Bloc at 7 p.m. April 24 at Lakestone Terrace . 916 Highway 377 on the 3rd floor

Critique is at 5 p.m. and ends at 6:45 before the 7pm program.

Christine Kohler is a graduate of the University of Hawaii, and lived in Japan and Guam, the setting for her debut novel NO SURRENDER SOLDIER (Merit Press, Simon & Schuster). She worked as a foreign correspondent covering the West Pacific for Gannett. She was an editor and copy editor for the San Antonio Express-News. Kohler also worked as a media specialist, middleand high school teacher, and writing instructor for the Institute of Children’s Literature. She has 17 children’s books published in trade, mass, educational, and library markets.