AAUW -WHC Branch General Meeting
Saturday, February 1, 2020, 9:30 a.m.
Tracy Gee Center, 3599 Westcenter Drive, 77042
Potluck brunch following program and meeting
On Becoming an Author
Judithe Little, author of Wickwythe Hall, will be our guest speaker for the AAUW-WHC February 1st branch meeting. A first-time yet already award-winning author, she will tell us about her path toward a writing career, from the concept of an idea through the research, writing and eventually finding an editor and publisher. You have an opportunity to meet Ms. Little at 9:30 Saturday, February 1, at Tracy Gee Community Center.
Described as “part Downtown Abbey and part Darkest Hour,” this novel of World War II historical fiction has already won numerous awards for Ms. Little. Her second book, The Chanel Sisters, was sought after by a number of publishers and will be available in January 2021. We are fortunate to have this talented writer introduce us to the intricacies of writing and publishing a book.
The program will begin promptly at 9:30, followed by a potluck brunch. Please bring your favorite brunch dish, for all to enjoy.
Cynthia Hickok, Program VP.
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