Anne Da Vigo is a freelance writer, public relations professional and award-winning former journalist. She lives with her husband in Sacramento, California. Her fiction has appeared in literary magazines, and she has presented her work on Public Radio’s Valley Writers Read program. She has been a winner in the Sacramento Friends of the Library short story contest. For over a decade she has been a member of the Monday Night Writers Group, which has nourished and sustained her writing life. Anne edited and co-authored the group’s book, Coffee and Ink: How a Writers Group Can Nourish Your Creativity, which won a gold award in the Northern California Publishers and Authors annual competition.
Do you long to write but find a thousand reasons to delay? Is it difficult to sustain your creative energy? Do you want to improve your writing skills? Here's a book with a solution. Coffee and Ink: How a Writers Group Can Nourish Your Creativity shows you how to use a group to kick start your writing and keep going. The authors, veteran members of Northern California’s the Monday Night Writers Group, have over the years won awards for their short stories, poetry, and creative non-fiction. To help other writers, they’ve packed Coffee and Ink with plenty of tips and entertaining examples that will make your fingers itch to phone your writer friends and pick up a pen.
For more information, inspiration, and links, go to http://www.coffeeandink.net/
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