Writers’ Mill Minutes, 16th July 2017
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Tim Applegate on Being an Author
Tim Applegate gives around four poetry readings per year, plus novel presentations, plus speaking engagements at writing groups such as Writers’ Mill. We were delighted to welcome him to our July 2017 meeting, and he assured us that writers’ group engagements were pleasantly lowkey and fun.
Continue reading Meet the Author – Tim Applegate
Fine-tuning that print file takes forever, but the aim is to produce something that looks professional, rather than something we simply rushed into print. So here goes:
Page numbers: Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 11 – fixing the print file
We’re lucky. We’ve already created two journals on Createspace. Our intent is to make this next one match and improve on the last – learning from our mistakes. Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 10 – format for print
This is where the edits slow down. We have a doc that’s formatted mostly correctly, and most of the automatic edits have been done; so now I have to read it. Actually, now I get to read it! It’s wonderful. It’s going to be a fantastic book. And I’m proud to be part of it! But while I read, here are some things I have to do besides just fixing typos and tenses. Continue reading Journal News 2015 – Step 6 – turning all those entries into a journal
The deadline for journal submissions was midnight last night. Ron spent vast amounts of time yesterday and today, ensuring all submissions were uploaded to our Dropbox. I spend all morning adding those submissions sent only to me, and mix-and-matching the sections. So now it’s time to start creating
The Writers’ Mill Journal
For anyone who’s interested, here’s step 1. Continue reading And so it begins… Journal News 2015 – Step 1