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7 thoughts on “April Meeting”
Hi Cherry I need you to send me an ‘invitation’ to allow me to be part of the 2012 on Facebook please. See you on Wednesday
Hi there, My name is Paul Hernandez. I’m currently writing my first novel and so I’m interested in your group. I’m also taking a writing course. Please tell me more. Home number is 01865 401196. Thanks,
Just heard agents Watson, Little are actively looking for new writers. It is worth giving them a try at http://www.watsonlittle.com/
Hi, Everyone. I’m sorry but I’m not going to make it this evening. My wife has had to stay late at work and I’m in charge of the children. Hope you have a good one! All the best, Philip.
I got this from one of your members. It was good meeting you this evening at Blackwells Book shop. We must meet up for a coffee(my treat) so that we can discuss each other’s work. I’m trying to arrange my next assignment for the writing course. What book did you write on Iran? I have a book by Ryzard Kapucinski a polish journalist called The Shah of Shahs about the life of the late Shah of Iran up until his overthrow in 1979.
At the moment I’m into romance novels and my favourite novelist is the American author Debbie Macomber.
Take care and keep in touch,
It was great to see you ate the meeting Paul, welcome to the group. We will catch up very soon I hope.
Hi Cherry,and co, yes it was nice meeting everybody. I hope to see you again soon with more insights on your various books. It’s good to have such a variety of genres and exciting novelists here in Oxford. Take care. PAUL H