October 2021 Speaker

BIO:

     Carol Heizer is an eight-time published author whose books have sold in the U.S. and overseas. She was a columnist for Today’s Woman magazine and is currently a columnist for Hood County News in Granbury.
     In addition to her writing, she was president of Alpha Consulting in Louisville, KY who specialized in training seminars to business, industry, teacher training sessions, and the military. She is also a public speaker who has served as mediator in neighborhood conflicts.
     Her current project is a collection of novellas, hopefully due out in 2022.

OCT. GWB meeting topic:

 
     Since Carol believes there are not enough pleasant surprises in life, she has decided to surprise her writing colleagues with a surprise of her own. Plan to attend the October 25th meeting of Granbury Writers Bloc and enjoy a surprise evening of entertainment and energy. Be ready to think outside the box. Also, please bring a pen or pencil. 
     In addition, since Carol will supply materials, she needs to know how many will be attending. If you do not contact Gary Christenson via email (no verbal, “Hey I’ll be there,” when you see him),  we will assume you are not coming and will not have materials prepared for you. We are certain you understand this situation. Thanks for your help! And Blessings!

New Meeting Location for September and October

The “Sleepy Hollow” performing arts group has arrived in Granbury. They are using our regular meeting place at Langdon Center.
NEW Location:  The Neely House at 304 E. Rucker at the end of Rucker Street in Lambert Branch Park.
 
This change applies to this Monday, the Sept. 13 critique, the regular meeting on Sept. 27 (elect officers and critique), and both meetings in October. We expect to be back at Langdon Center in November.
 
Meetings start at 6 p.m. with snacks.