Hands up those who love talking face–to-face with other writers instead of chatting over the internet? Don’t you feel warm and fuzzy when some one else ‘gets it’ and understands those voices in your head are real – in the nicest possible way!

Is there any better feeling than having time to write in peace without life intruding?

How good is it to have one-on-one time with a published author who knows exactly how difficult the road to publication can be?

Priceless! (With apologies to Mastercard J)

Sorry, I can’t give you a credit card to help you buy the experience, but RWA goes one better. Group Grant applications are closing soon. This is your chance to snaffle some of the $1500 funding available to help your group achieve its dream.

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