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Area 4 Pennwriters Inkwell RSVP
By Jennifer D Diamond
Posted: 2023-08-29T20:29:00Z

Hello, Area 4 Pennwriters!

We are just one week away from our next meeting! Please RSVP because taking a head count helps the restaurant prepare the room for us! Thank you!

Tuesday, September 5, 2023 — In-person meeting at Marzoni’s restaurant, 165 Patchway Road, Duncansville, PA 16635, beginning with dinner (paid for on your own) at 6:00 pm. We will begin the meeting around 7:00 pm if you'd like to join us after dinner for our Writers' Dilemma Brainstorming Session

Please RSVP using this form:

or you may RSVP via email:

*Regrets need not reply.

*Note that the RSVP form has two options to indicate your plans. Please choose one: under the question, Will you attend? 1. Yes, I'll be there in person for dinner beginning at 6:00 pm AND the meeting following. 2. Yes, I'll be there in person for the meeting only, beginning at 7:00 pm.

*A quick note about in-person meetings: You are not obligated to attend dinner. You may arrive at or around 7:00 pm.

*Some Writers' Dilemma Brainstorming Session guidelines: If there's something about a writing project that has you feeling perplexed or frustrated, let us help you find a range of solutions!

1. **Clearly Define the Dilemma**: Make sure you clearly articulate the specific dilemma you're facing with any relevant details that will help others understand the complexity of your challenge. And focus on specific aspects like plot development, character motivation, pacing, or something else.

2. **Share Relevant Excerpts**: If possible, bring your writing excerpts that pertain to the dilemma. This allows others to see your writing style and get a better sense of the context.

3. **Openness to Feedback**: The purpose of the session is to receive constructive feedback and suggestions. Be open to different perspectives and ideas, even if they challenge your current approach. Consider the feedback as a way to enhance your writing and find solutions to your dilemma. 

4. On the same note, be concrete, respectful, and courteous when giving feedback.

I hope to see you next week! And I hope everyone finds value in our writers' dilemma session!


Jenn Diamond


Jennifer D. Diamond, MS/CCC-SLP

Speech Therapist, Reading Specialist, Award-Winning Author

Pennwriters Area 4 Representative

The Inkwell Coordinator

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