General meeting agenda for the June 24, 2017 SSRA meeting.
Agenda posted for the April 22, 2017 Executive Board Meeting, immediately following the General Meeting.
General meeting agenda for the April 22, 2017 SSRA meeting.
Happy Thursday! Today’s post by Loretta C. Rogers provides us with much needed information about filing taxes as an unpublished author. While Loretta encourages everyone to talk to their own tax professional, this Thursday Tidbit blog has a lot of very valuable and timely information. Enjoy!
For your reading pleasure, here is the eleventh in a series of motivational blogs provided by SSRA member Barbara Cairns. Each blog is an excerpt from “The Writer’s Devotional” and provides inspirational messages for us as writers. Once again, please enjoy!
Linda Tillis shares her most recent “Aha!” moment as an author, a story teller and as a writer. After reading this blog, you may find your own “Aha!” moment. If you do, here’s hoping it will inspire you to overcome the latest obstacle in your writer’s path. Enjoy!
As part of SSRA’s Five Year Anniversary, National/International Bestselling Author Loretta Rogers, provides some history on the creation of SSRA, and also shares five great ideas that might just help us all become successful authors. Thank you, Loretta!
Dylan married her high-school sweetheart and they are busy living out their own happily ever after in sunny Florida with their two incredible daughters and a snoring Shiz-Tsu.
Dylan can be found online at: DylanNewton.com
The holiday season is upon us. Our Christmas Elf on the Shelf just visited, so my youngest daughter is especially careful of her conduct, and with NaNoWriMo finished, I can finally take a breath to enjoy it all and reflect back on our busy year in Sunshine State Romance Authors. And as I look back, […]
Loretta Rogers explains why every writer must identify a ‘specific’ genre for our novel. Knowing your genre helps make the connection between story and reader, and helps you to find the right audience who will love your book. If you can’t answer the question, ‘what are you writing?’, then today’s tidbit is for you!
Accepting the Butt Glue Challenge can be intimidating, but Ronnie Allen took it in stride and within one month wrote almost 50,000 words on her new WIP, Aries. An impressive achievement, all thanks to Butt Glue!