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Have You Met the Published Authors of SCWW?

Have You Met the Published Authors of SCWW?

By Beth Crosby Rock Hill Chapter     As our schedules fill and the “to do list” expands, we often…

Waiting for Inspiration

Waiting for Inspiration

By Rex Hurst Columbia II Chapter I often talk to my students or other aspiring authors about producing material. They…

The Predicament of Procrastination

u By Julia Rogers Hook Columbia II Chapter/SCWW Vice President  If Shakespeare had had social media we might have never…

Write To Be Heard – Bluffton Chapter of the SCWW

Write To Be Heard – Bluffton Chapter of the SCWW

By Regina Mae Bluffton Chapter   In early 2014, Laura Wilson followed a dream that led her to sleepy little…

Critiques Improve Our Writing Skills

Critiques Improve Our Writing Skills

By Beth Crosby Rock Hill Chapter   No one writes perfectly, especially on the first try. But proofing our work…

A Basic Novel Map

By Kasie Whitener Columbia II Chapter Most writing teachers suggest plotting your story by asking yourself, “What does this character…

SCWW’s Partnership with the South Carolina Book Festival

Jim McFarlane SCWW Treasurer The partnership between SCWW and the South Carolina Book Festival (SCBF) was an outstanding success. We…

Word Triggers – Point and Prompt

Word Triggers – Point and Prompt

Irena Tervo SCWW Membership Chair  Back in March while choosing intensives for the Rock Hill writing workshop, my writer friend Bob Strother (also a…

Grout vs. Greatness

By Julia Rogers Hook Columbia II Chapter Becoming a writer is not an easy task. Oh sure…people will tell you…

Books Open Doors in Unexpected Ways

 Beth Crosby Rock Hill Chapter Books present new opportunities and insights. As a child I thoroughly understood this fact and…