SCOTTSDALE SOCIETY OF WOMEN WRITERS
Welcomes Sylvia Nobel – best-selling author/screenwriter
WHO: Scottsdale Society of Women Writers
WHAT: Monthly Speaker/Dinner Meeting
Camaraderie for writers and speaker/member book signings
WHERE: Chaparral Suites Resort, 5001 N, Scottsdale Rd. NE corner
Enter off Chaparral Rd – 4th Floor Grill entrance
WHEN: WED February 25th 2015 at 5:30-7:30 pm
HOW: Please – RSVP now to Patricia L. Brooks, president/founder
Cell 480-250-5556 or email@example.com
WHY: The Scottsdale Society of Women Writers gives members access to events of interest, a format for exchanging ideas, an opportunity to network with other women writers and authors, an alliance with businesses relating to writing, publishing, camaraderie and support.
SPEAKER: Sylvia Nobel resides in Phoenix, Arizona and is the author of the popular Kendall O’Dell mystery series. Her first book, Deadly Sanctuary, has just gone into its seventh printing and has sold over 1 million copies (including e-books). It is now a feature film starring Eric Roberts, Dean Cain, and Daniel Baldwin, premiering on March 23, 2015. Forbidden Entry will be her fifth book in the mystery series and will be released on May 15, 2015. Sylvia always tries to make her readers feel like they are an actual participant in the exciting adventures and share her love of the state as her vivid word pictures showcase the grander of wide open desert vistas, majestic canyons and breathtaking mountain ranges of Arizona.
Sylvia Nobel’s adventures as a writer are almost as dramatic as the stories she writes for her mystery novel heroine, Kendall O’Dell, although no one has been murdered, yet. Like most writers, she has written all of her life and explored various genres including, comics, children’s books, romance and now mystery. She has worked with big and small publishing houses, worked conventions, trade shows, festivals, fund raisers and writer’s fairs. The road to success has taken her through some treacherous territory and only her perseverance has brought her to the success she sees today with over 1 million books sold and a movie about to premiere and discussions for more movies in the works. Most importantly, Sylvia continues to do what she loves, write.
Links at www.niteowlbooks.com include the trailers and interviews.
Glowing reviews on Amazon or Barnes & Nobel
See notes below for dinner fees, meeting format and location directions. Thank you.
MENU: A light dinner – salad or sandwich and soup, dessert, beverage and roll with tax and gratuity included – make your choice the night of the meeting.
COST: Members $25 and Guests $30
RSVP Please RSVP by the Monday at noon – prior to the meeting. Thank you.
CHECKS or cash: Please make your check payable to (SSWW) Scottsdale Society of Women Writers prior to coming to the meeting to save time at the check-in. Thank you.
CHECK-IN: Please check-in between 5:00 and 5:45. The meeting starts promptly at 6:00. All those attending the meeting must pay for the dinner/room/speaker – cost noted above. Pick up your name badge at the front table and ENJOY a wonderful night!
CANCELLATION: If you are unable to attend the meeting, please cancel on the Monday prior at noon – prior to the meeting. Thank you.
AGENDA: The agendas will be on the dinner table – always a lot of good INFO for you and the schedule of the upcoming speakers.
DIRECTIONS: Located in Scottsdale Rd at Chaparral Rd just north of Old Town. Chaparral Rd has a light. Parking is to the rear – two large lots. Note: BEST to enter from the side elevator at the 4th Floor Grille – not the main lobby.
From the 101 freeway exit Chaparral Rd and go west. Just prior to Scottsdale Rd enter the side drive at the 4th Floor Grille – take that elevator. Note awning marked 4th Floor Grille on the Chaparral side. This is the easiest way – NOT through the main lobby. Welcome!
Goals of the Group
- Value all the professional women writers seeking to share their expertise
- Honor all genres and all forms of professional writing
- Attend monthly meetings to move the group and its members forward
- Learn and share in the experiences of monthly professional speakers
- Grow the group to a membership of active and contributing women
- Encourage participation by members as presenters, mentors, judges and volunteers
- Support and challenge each other to always be writing
- Help members to stretch as writers and reach lofty personal goals
- Have fun, meet trustworthy women writers, share dreams