March 13 Word & Pen Meeting

Hello Writers,

Can you feel spring in the air? Maybe smell it where the ground has thawed? Believe this: Spring is coming soon.

RobinThese days are like a movie trailer, luring us into the big event when we can dash outside without heavy coats and cozy mittens. However, the weatherman reminds us with colder temps in the offing, winter does not give up easily.

Whatever comes next Monday evening, Word & Pen members, guests, and visitors will gather to share about the craft of writing.

Join us at 7:00 p.m. Monday night, March 13, at St. Thomas Episcopal Church in Menasha. Guests and visitors are always welcome.

  • Beth will lead us in a devotional.

  • Beth will also teach a how-to educational titled : “Limericks Leave ’em Laughing.”

  • Deb S will provide the refreshments.

Every0ne is welcome–even encouraged–to read aloud one page of writing when it is your turn to tell the group what you accomplished writing-related this past month and what you hope to work on until the April meeting.

If you need help with an idea, here is this month’s prompt: Write about “fever,” be it an illness like Scarlet Fever, or a feverish need/ambition, or even Spring fever.

Please respond with your attendance intentions. Knowing how many to expect helps greatly in planning handouts and refreshments for the meeting.

Looking forward to seeing you next Monday!


About Beth Ann Ziarnik

Author of Inspirational Romantic Suspense Her Deadly Inheritance available at,, Lighthouse Publishing of the Carolinas, and through your local bookstore.
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