Calendar of Events


2019 Calendar of Events

The South Carolina Chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers will meet

When:             Saturday, April 27, 2019
What Time:     2:00- 5:00 PM
Where:            North Anderson Baptist Church
                        2308 N. Main Street
                          Anderson, SC

 The meeting is free and visitors are welcome.
 

Presentation


Organization for Writers

with Edie Melson

We all struggle for balance between time to write and time to do the business of writing. Instead of fighting, learn how to lean into God and let Him lead the way. Edie is the queen of balancing a busy life. She’s an author, conference director, blogger, speaker, social media coach, business owner and wife. She’ll tell you that sometimes she does better than others, but having a plan brings peace, no matter what. The ultimate to her secret to sanity and joy is letting God guide. In this workshop you’ll learn her tips and tricks to keeping track of multiple streams of income as well as projects. She’ll also share her bullet journal and show you how to keep up with everything in one place.

Edie Melson is a woman of faith with ink-stained fingers experiencing life through the lens of her camera. No matter whether she’s talking about writing, social media or faith, her first advice is always “Find your voice, live your story.” Her reputation as an online expert is well-deserved. Her blog reaches thousands and has been named a Writer’s Digest Top 101 Sites for Writers. She’s the director of the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writers Conference, board member of the Advanced Writers and Speakers Association, and author of numerous books. She’s quick to remind those she meets about the practical and personal applications of God’s infinite love. Visit her online at www.EdieMelson.com.




Have a Piece to Critique?

The second half of our meeting consists of a critique session for members who have had their manuscript critiqued at least once beforehand. Visitors who have had their manuscript critiqued at least once beforehand and have attended at least one critique session can submit a piece for critique. Submissions must follow the critique and format guidelines listed on the chapter blog at http://www.scwritersacfw.com, including:

  • Less than 1,000 words
  • Double spaced lines
  • Numbered lines
  • Name and email on header
  • Five stapled copies 

All fiction and creative nonfiction submissions are welcome, but not poetry. Visitors are welcome to sit in the critique sessions and observe.
 


New to ACFW-SC?

Visitors are encouraged to come and participate in the meeting and critique session. If you have attended one critique session, you are welcome to bring a piece for critique. Please come early to register your submission.
 

Parking

Park on the side of the church with the long handicap ramp which is behind the small white house. Come in the double glass doors at the ramp, take the elevator to the second floor, and go left down the hall to a class room. Signs will be posted on the walls to guide you!
 

ACFW National and Questions

To learn more about the premier national organization for Christian writers, how to join, and what the benefits are, check out www.acfw.com. For more information about the meeting contact Fran Strickland Anderson, SC Chapter President, at Fran051891@yahoo.com.


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