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Part instruction, brainstorming, motivation, & critique, our supportive group meets the second and fourth Saturday of the month and is user-friendly, inspirational, and empowering. Every woman deserves a room of her own.

"As soon as coffee is in your stomach, there is a general commotion. Ideas begin to move...similes arise, the paper is covered. Coffee is your ally and writing ceases to be a struggle."~Honore de Balzac

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Fall Literary Salon

A FALL LITERARY SALON is planned for October 6, 2012 in Coto de Caza! Featured speaker will be Caitlin Rother, New York Times bestselling author of eight true crime books and novels. Caitlin has appeared on radio and television in connection with her work and is currently working on book #9. Many of you know of the Newport Beach case where a couple selling their yacht Well Deserved met with a tragic fate while demonstrating their boat to potential buyers. That story is told in Caitlin Rother's book Dead Reckoning. Other books you might be familiar with are My Life, Deleted and Where Hope Begins/ Deadly Devotion. In addition, Caitlin is known for her controversial book, Lost Girls, as well as  Poisoned Love, Body Parts, and Twisted Triangle. She will be speaking of her writer's journey that led to the writing of her books as well as offering advice for other women pursing their artistic dreams.

Also featured will be the award-winning poet Allison Benis White, author of Portrait With Crayon and the upcoming Small Porcelain Head. The Boston Review says: "It’s rare to find a book of poetry that makes a reader remember why one reads poetry, but Allison Benis White has written one. In these prose poems, she uses paintings and sketches by Edgar Degas to frame the speaker’s abandonment by her mother. Indeed drawing, painting and sketching are the perfect metaphors for this speaker’s obsession…In essence, Benis White is exploring what humans are when they exist, and what they are when they disappear."

More details will be forthcoming. Seating is limited. Includes champagne reception, lunch, book signing, and networking with women who love the creative process. Join aspiring writers, published authors, editors, readers, and poets for a wonderful afternoon.

This particular Saturday definitely belongs to YOU! 
Join us for a true Artist's Day.

Reserve your seat now ($70). By Mail or Online. 949-285-3831
Personal checks to Windflower Press
Sponsored by Windflower Press, Box 7089, Laguna Niguel, CA 92607
Jann Harmon, MaryAnn Easley, Elaine Pike

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