NAWG 2018: A Year in Review

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This year the members of the North Alabama Writers’ Group made huge strides in our writing life and I’d like to have one post celebrating our successes.  


As a group we broke ground in creating this blog and a Twitter account to promote it!  Our audience is consistent and seem most interested in reading our original fiction.  Our group self-published our first writing round robin, and we published Halloween flash stories.

 
We have 6 new members.  This doubles our group size (but don’t worry, we‘re never a huge crowd, our biggest meeting had 5 of us in attendance at any one time, getting writers to do anything, including meet is hard work).
Personal Accomplishments: 


-Caleb Darnell shared light satire pieces with our writing group while outlining his latest series.  He has a detailed map of his new world and many world building notes and plot points worked out.  


-Jessica Donegan worked on 8 stories.  She has four short stories she’s seeking publication for.  She self-published two works to this blog.  Most of her time dedicated to maintaining an active blog presence she has a little over 80 blog posts this year.


-Patrick O’Kelly worked on 7 stories this year.  One got traditionally published while one was self-published to our blog.


-Christopher M. Palmer worked on 18 stories this year.  Of those 18, Chris completed eleven works.  He had two were chosen for published and two were self-published on our blog.  Christopher was also instrumental in keeping up our blog.  He took part in the comments, shared our posts with his friends, and offered articles of his own.


-Ashley Sanders worked on something super secret this year we await the opportunity to share more details.  She was a busy rock star, you must take our word on it.


-Zachariah Stanfield has 5 stories he worked on this year and two older stories published.


Happy 2018!  Does anyone have accomplishments they want to share with us?  Comment below, and thanks for hanging out with us this year.  I hope to see you all next year!

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