FreeValley Publishing authors will be hosted by SnoValley Writes! at an official King County Library System event as part of their NaNoWriMo programs on November 26th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. at the North Bend Library Meeting Room.
This will be a unique opportunity to hear each author speak about their writing and publishing journeys and to ask your questions and get first-hand answers in dialogue with Snoqualmie Valley local authors. Most of our authors created their published manuscripts during NaNoWriMo, so if you’re a Wrimo, come and be inspired! The event is free and open to everyone. It promises to be a lively evening, and we look forward to talking with you!
National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) is a worldwide phenomenon, but I probably don’t need to tell you…you’ve already heard about it, right? Join the already 65,274 writers who’ve signed up this year and the 341,375 from 2012 and take the crazy plunge with us. No Plot? No Problem This is a fly-by-the-seat-of-your-pants venture. And we’ll be there to scoop you up along the way!
Snoqualmie Valley, home of FreeValley Publishing, has a very active NaNoWriMo community. Feel free to home with this region and we’ll offer lots of support on our forum. If you’re in the area, travel with us Around the Valley in 30 Days! with action packed Write-Ins and Events starting with our Regional Kick-off Party!!
FreeValley Publishing will be at the Snoqualmie Valley Block Party on Saturday, September 21st from 10-4…Come and see the New Books, Meet our Authors and Choose a few Good Reads to Take Home as Summer turns to Fall.
FreeValley will usually bring you fiction, but today’s story is one of success for the founding authors. We shared our novels with the public for the last couple days and discovered many more writers, some already published authors and some great stories that are emerging in our area. We were thrilled to have several book sales too. Some writers are interested in connecting with us for consultation, promotional reasons or best of all encouragement and camaraderie. We can’t wait to talk to them more.
We’d love to connect with you as well. FreeValley was named such because it encourages communication between writers in a wide virtual valley. It came together in the Snoqualmie Valley in the Cascade foothills, but FreeValley is worldwide and reaches for the worlds of imagination to let stories run free and be shared with readers. If you’re here for reading, we welcome you too!
Writers, we’ll soon be asking for your stories to be submitted here for posting. We’ve enjoyed meeting many writer’s this weekend and will look forward to hearing from you.