Doyle overcame technical difficulties during his talk at Troy-Buchanan High School about being a writer. He highly recommends writers sign up for next year's event.
Jack answered questions from second graders at St. Peter school about writing, being a Navy pilot -- and why submarines don't have windows.
Donna gave a talk about the process of revision to members of the Columbia Chapter of MWG last Sunday.
Alice's laptop was DOA at the Best Buy "Trauma Center," and a replacement is on the way. She also has a new phone to replace the one she borrowed from her grandson.
Donna, Sarah, Jane, Bill (the Elder) and Alice have submitted true stories to the Reader's Digest 100-word story contest.
The Elder Bill's 100-word story is about not having a birthday party -- so we surprised him with one of our own!
Bill S. signed a contract for his series of short stories.
Claudia has a book coming out soon.
Marcia sent a reminder that the deadline for the MWG contests has been extended until March 15.
Margo Dill has a post about the release of her new book, Caught Between Two Curses, over on the Lit Ladies Blog.