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Spice Up Your Paranormal

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My Ghost

SSRA’s Vice President, Dylan Newton, once again has managed to line up a great program for us on October 13th. Keeping with the spirit of Halloween, you won’t want to miss Spice Up Your Paranormal presented by Arlene Hale and members of the Old Gilchrist Jail Ghost Hunters. Arlene and her team will tell you of […]

The Mermaid Has Landed

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The latest issue of SSRA’s Newsletter, Mermaid Tales, is now available. To read or download this issue, just click the link above or the button below. You can also get September’s Mermaid Tales, including past and future issues, by logging into the Members-Only area of our website. Many thanks to our talented and creative Newsletter Editor, […]

Workshop Registration Now Closed

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Registration for  SSRA’s two-part writer’s workshop: All You Thought You Knew About Plotting…But Didn’t is now closed. For those of you who are attending Part I of the workshop this Saturday, August 25th, we’re looking forward to seeing you there! For those of you who missed the workshop this time around, we hope you’ll attend one of our […]

WORKSHOP: Registration Deadline Extended

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***Workshop Registration Extended until Wednesday, August 22!*** The Sunshine State Romance Authors‘ two-part writer’s workshop: All You Thought You Knew About Plotting…But Didn’t is set to begin this Saturday, August 25th. If you haven’t registered yet, you still have time! How many times have you started to write your novel only to run out of steam 50 […]

Workshop Publicity

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Many thanks to our Vice President and Programs Director, Dylan Newton, for the excellent write-ups promoting our Plotting Workshop throughout Citrus County and the surrounding areas. Take a look at the article that appeared in the Citrus County Chronicle today:

WORKSHOP: All You Thought You Knew About Plotting…But Didn’t

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The Sunshine State Romance Authors Chapter of RWA is delighted to present our two-part writer’s workshop: All You Thought You Knew About Plotting…But Didn’t How many times have you started writing your novel only to run out of steam 50 pages into your story? A plot for a novel-length work needs to be more than […]