Recently, the Annapolis chapter had Yvonne Medley speak on her writing and in particular her book The Prison Plumb Line. Here is an invitation to all, in her words:
I would love (and be very grateful for) a MWA Annapolis Chapter presence for the performance of my play based on my book. The Prison Plumb Line leaps from the page to the stage. Experience the dynamic stage play in dinner theater style at:
Place: Mexico Restaurant (address: 10598 Crain Hwy, White Plains, MD 20695, just south of Waldorf)
Date: Monday, 2014-11-10
Doors open: 7:00 PM
Dinner derved: 7:30 PM
Showtime: 8:00 PM
Ticket price: $25
Please join us! The edgy novella is now an edgier play. But have no fear — God’s gettin’ the Glory!
Please find the full info at www.prisonplumbline.com where you can purchase tickets. It’s advance ticket purchases only (by October 31, 2014) because the chef needs an advance headcount.
FYI, our latest new news is that there is a bus leaving from Baltimore for those who would like to attend. Book with Renaissance Productions & Tours, 410.728.3837. That information is on the website
I’m excited, it’s going to be edgy and interactive — and this Theater Company is ripe and ready to take this show on the road — to You, if you so desire.
But a perfect way to see what we’re about is to come and see it with your own eyes! I’m sooooo hopeful you will be there, and that you’ll spread the good word!
Kat Spitzer will be speaking December 17 at the Annapolis Chapter Meeting of the Maryland Writer’s Association on the topic of “Making a Book Trailer on a Budget”. She will discuss different avenues for doing a book trailer, the pros and cons of going with a professional company versus creating one on your own, and her own experiences with making a book trailer for her books.
The meeting is open to the public and free to MWA members and first-time guests. All others may pay $5.00. Annual dues to MWA are $40.00 and include other benefits on top of monthly attendance. The Annapolis MWA chapter typically meets the third Wednesday of every month in room 205 at Maryland Hall. Maryland Hall is located at 801 Chase Street, Annapolis, MD 21401. However, for October, we meet in room 307. For more information visit: ￼www.marylandwriters.org.
Kat Spitzer is the author of The Happy Hypochondriac and the newly released The Happy Hypochondriac Survives World Travel. She also writes the humor blog by the same name, which you can find at her website, www.happyhypochondriac.com. She contributes nonfiction freelance pieces to magazines and blogs and writes a weekly sports column for The Capital Gazette. While the Happy Hypochondriac series of books is published by Apprentice House, she is also self publishing a compilation of Happy Hypochondriac “Musings” books of her most popular blog posts. The first of these, Musings on Family Life was released this summer. She is now working on a novel. Kat has a law degree, runs a small non-profit, and is the mother of two, wife of one. The word “hypochondriac” appears on all of her medical records.
Here is the book trailer forThe Happy Hypochondriac Survives World Travel:
Mark your calendars: Local author (and Annapolis MWA president) Kat Spitzer has a book signing at Hard Bean Coffee & Booksellers on November 2, 3:00 pm for her latest book The Happy Hypochondriac Survives World Travel.