Saturday, January 9, 2016

Readings and a Self-Publishing Workshop. Free for all.

A letter from the president of NOWW, Jane Crossman. Hi Joan: Winter readings and free for all at Brodie Library.

Tuesday, February 16th, 7pm
Brodie St. Library, Fireside Room
Sizzling Hot or Freezing Cold

Tuesday, March 15th, 7pm
Brodie St. Library, Fireside Room
10x10 Plays

Tuesday, April 19th, 7pm
Brodie St. Library, Fireside Room
Novel Experiences for the winter NOWW Readings:

Wait, wait. There's more! An intriguing workshop on self publishing.
Northwestern Ontario Writers Workshop (NOWW) will be offering a free workshop entitled The Indie Road: Self-publishing in a Global Marketplace facilitated by Heather Dickson on Monday, February 1st, 7:00-8:45 p.m. at the Waverly Library, 285 Red River Road. There is no need to register.  

H. Leighton Dickson grew up in the wilds of the Canadian Shield, where her neighbours were wolves, moose, perennial-eating deer and the occasional lynx. She studied Zoology at the University of Guelph and worked in the Edinburgh Zoological Gardens in Scotland, where she was chased by lions, wrestled deaf tigers and fed antibiotics to polar bears by baby bottle! She has been writing since she was thirteen, has three dogs, three cats, three kids and one husband. She has managed to keep them all alive so far. 

A hybrid author, Heather has four self-published novels on Amazon and is eagerly awaiting the publication of her highly anticipated gothic thriller series, Cold Stone & Ivy, out April 2016 via Canada's own Tyche Books. She also writes for Bayview Magazine and is a photoshop wizard when it comes to book covers.

Her website is and Facebook page is

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