On August 17th, 2017, the Plot Sisters had a lovely and insightful chat with romance novelist April Wilson. She was so gracious to share her writing journey and marketing strategies. What a generous spirit and creative soul! We're looking forward to seeing more from her in the future.
Jude, Jen, Kristina McBride, Cindy, & Christina (not pictured Ruthann & Traci)
Cindy, Christina, & Ruthann (not pictured Traci, Jen, & Jude)
The Plot Sisters at our first annual goal setting luncheon at the Dayton Art Institute, December 29, 2015.
Jude, Ruthann, Jen, Cindy, & Christina(Not pictured: Traci).
Back row, pictured left to right: Jude, Christina, Ruthann, who is holding a virtual Traci, and Cindy. Front row: April Wilson. Not pictured, Jen.
AWW Spring Seminar, April 9, 2016
Half of the Plot Sisters were able to attend the Antioch Writers' Spring Seminar. It was an encouraging and enlightening event. Read more about the day on our Plot Sisters' blog.
Moderator (Erin Flanagan), Jude, Ruthann, Traci, Cindy, Jen, & Christina.
Plot Sisters at local author Kristina McBride's A Million Times Goodnight book talk at Barnes & Noble Beavercreek. August 27, 2016
An excerpt from Linda A. Marshall (Dayton Writer) blog post "Awakening to Grace" after the Mad Anthony Conference 2014.
A cozy visit and words of encouragement from Published Author Sharon Short and Antioch Writers' Workshop Executive Director. Thanks, Sharon!
- Winter 2014
Jen, Jude, Cindy, Ruthann, Chris, (front) Linda Marshall holding a vitural Traci.
On July 14, 2017, the Plot Sisters were asked to speak at the Antioch Writers' Workshop held at the University of Dayton. The topic was how to create and maintain a successful writers' group. Moderated by the lovely Erin Flanagan, the Sisters explained how they formed and fielded questions from the participants as to how they continue to collectively inspire each other on their individual writing journeys.
December 2017, the Plot Sisters welcomed Linda Marshall to speak about her book,A Long Awakening to Grace. She was open and vulnerable about the lessons she hoped to share with others in her memoir and the unexpected personal benefits the writing process provided her.
Read more in our blog at http://plotsisters.blogspot.com/2017/12/a-lesson-in-grace.html.