Arkansas author Gwen Ford Faulkenberry will address “The Write Stuff: What it Takes to Tell Your Story and Get it Published” at the Village Writers’ Club on Monday, March 26, at the Home Plate Café, 5110 North Highway 7, Hot Springs Village.
In her presentation about the business of book publishing, Faulkenberry will address the need for an agent, proposal writing, and other questions about breaking into the publishing business. She is the author of two novels, Love Finds You in Romeo, Colorado, and Love Finds You in Branson, Missouri, and three devotional books, A Beautiful Life, A Beautiful Day, and Jesus, Be Near Me.
Faulkenberry lives and writes in the Ozark Mountains of Arkansas. She is married to Stone, and they have four children—Grace, Harper, Adelaide, and Stella. In addition to mothering and writing, Gwen teaches English at Arkansas Tech University, Ozark Campus.
At the March 26 meeting, Village Writers’ Club members and guests will enjoy an informal read-around at 11:15 a.m., a “Dutch treat” lunch ($8) at noon, followed by Gwen Ford Faulkenberry’s program.
For reservations (required), contact Joyce Anderson, (501) 922-9077. For more information, check out Hot Springs Village Writers’ Club online at http://www.villagewritersclub.com.