Blocked? Lost? Unpurposed?

How many times have you been a victim of writer’s block? How many times have you wanted to write something, but you just couldn’t decide what? Join us at the March 5 meeting of the Orlando Area Writers Group (Florida Writers Association) as we hold a roundtable discussion of these—and more—writing issues. Leading the evening once again is our very own Rik Feeney. But this time, Rik is not speaking to us but encouraging each of us to participate in an open discussion of

  • exercises to overcome writer’s block,
  • brainstorming original topics for new works, and
  • “reslanting,” or repurposing, content for new projects.

“Yes, all of those topics are interrelated,” Rik says. “And everyone has his or her own ways of beating such situations.” Rik is working on wrapping up his forthcoming book, Writing for Fun, Fame, and Fortune, which will address some of these everyday problems in its opening chapters. “I hope many of the members who come on March 5 will bring their own remedies to share with everyone else. Some of their ideas may even appear in the book!”

Please join the Orlando Writers Group on Wednesday, March 5, from 6:30 to 8:30 PM at the University Club of Winter Park. The University Club is located at 841 Park Avenue North, on the northwest corner of Park and Webster Avenue. The program is free and open to the public. For additional information, visit the group blog at http://www.fwa-orlando.org or contact Stephen Evans, group leader—ImYourEditor@hotmail.com or 407-898-4299.

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February 23, 2008. Meetings Information, Member Information.

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