Don’t miss guest speakers Monday, 7/27, Leonardtown

Don’t miss our conversation at the Leonardtown Library meeting room with author and illustrator team, Ellynne Brice Davis and Joyce Lemontree Judd, on Monday, 7/27, at 7:00.  Come to discuss publishing successfully as an independent author.  See you there!

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New President of St. Mary’s County MWA Chapter!

A Note From Your President…

Hello Fellow MWA Members,

Let me introduce myself to those who do not know me well.  I am Linda Ann Stewart, author of the Snow’s Maryland Mystery Series.  It is my honor to accept the position of President of the Maryland Writer’s Association, St. Mary’s Chapter.  I am grateful to the members for their confidence.  After discussion at the June meeting, our chapter decided to change the meeting location to Leonardtown Library Meeting Room for the later part of the year.  Meetings will be on the fourth Monday of each month at the Leonardtown Library from 7 p.m. to 8 p.m.  The dates are July 27, August 24, September 28, October 26, November 23, and December 28.

We are excited to announce that Ellynne Brice Davis, author of Ellynne’s Top Tomato Cookbook has agreed to be our presenter on July 27th.  Ellynne’s recipes have appeared in many publications including the St. Mary’s County National Oyster Festival Cook Off cookbook.  Her prize-winning recipe, ‘Tomato Stack Salad’, was featured in The Washington Post.  Ellynne and illustrator Joyce Lemontree Judd have published numerous children’s books including The Chesapeake Cats and The Easter Surprise.  At the June meeting, members requested our chapter address possibilities for publishing.  Ellynne will be able to provide us with many important strategies.  Hope to see you at this informational event.

Your fellow author,

Linda A. Stewart

The proposed agenda for the 7 p.m. meeting on Monday, July 27th will be as follows:

  •  7:00 Opening
  •  7:10 Presentation By and Discussion With Author Ellynne Brice Davis
  •  7:40 Business Meeting and Member Survey
  •  7:55 Closing