If you read yesterday's Life with Lynnie (LwL) entry, you'll know that I visited and took my now disabled, co-worker/friend C, dinner.
After I left his apartment, I drove about a block and a half, to the Central (downtown, main) branch of the Windsor Public Library. If you've been reading LwL for a while, you'll know that every second (2nd) Monday evening, I meet with a writers' group, there.
This group is a little different than the Leamington group I am also a member of. With the Windsor group, we do more critiquing of our written work.
At this meeting, we don't always have the same people in attendance, but some of the regulars were there. In addition, we had a new writer join us.
It only took a few minutes for she and I to realize we were both Christian. Joyce Bell, was this fellow Christian writer, who authored Verses to the King of Kings. Here is a link to Amazon: http://www.amazon.ca/Verses-King-Kings-Joyce-Bell/dp/1462705081
Sitting next to each other, we chatted in whispered voices, whenever we had time available to do so. We both agreed that we wished there was a Christian writers' group, available. I believe I made a new friend, Monday evening!
In any case, it was a good meeting. I enjoyed it!
Also, while I'm on the topic of female Christian authors, I would like to mention that a Facebook (FB) friend of mine, Sharon Sanchez has just released her first publication, entitled Blessed With A Second Chance. Here is a link to Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Blessed-Second-Chance-sharon-sanchez/dp/1467906387
I've read Sharon's book and can tell you that she has quite a testimony!
It amazes me that since writing Love Never Fails You... a few months ago, I have met so many female authors!
By the way, here is a link to my book on Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Love-Never-Fails-You-McKenzie/dp/1613798105 Or, you are welcome to check out www.lynniebooks.blogspot.com where you will be able to watch a Youtube video and find out more info about Love Never Fails You... and read a sample of my writing.
Believe it or not, I met another female local author this week. I will have to wait until tomorrow to tell you about it.
Until next time...
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