SLO NightWriters members are together a colorful, enthusiastic, and creative group of writers, photographers and artists of all stripes.
On this page we feature links to many of our members' websites and blogs.
Writers want to be read. Please, then, click on each of the following links, visit our members' Internet sites, read, enjoy and participate.
Most of the sites that are listed here provide easy ways to leave constructive comments. We invite you to do so.
Here is a link Bill Morem's article on Honey that was published on March 20 2013
Also on March 29, Honey was featured on a two-hour live steam on Satellite TV program The Way TV about my life and my book Officer Honey. The program went into a potential 40 million homes across the Middle East and North Africa, America and Canada.
Kudos to Honey!
CLICK HERE: http://csperryess.blogspot.com
Please see on this site, links to the short story that won the 2012 Ingrid Reti Award and a lot more from this very talented writer.
Chester's bio in his own words:
"I mostly write teen fiction, though I occasionally dabble in adult & middle grade short fiction. My short stories have appeared in Highlights for Children, READ, Pangolin Papers, Eureka, Short Story, & others, & have made it into anthologies four times, once in a Darby Creek publication to rub elbows with stories by Joseph Bruchac, David Lubar, & Terry Trueman, & once with Heinemann to slip between the covers with the likes of Vivian Vande Velde, Avi, Gloria Skurzynski, & Neal Shusterman. Under the tutelage of fellow Nightwriter, Anne Allen, I'm in the process of pulling together a short story collection I hope to make available as an e-book, & I'm still trying to get a traditional publisher to buy one of my completed teen novels. I've been in a Nightwriters critique group for 17 or 18 years & I'm an avid member of SCBWI (Society of Children's Book Writers & Illustrators), & co-coordinator for our county. Oh, & I teach middle school. Just in case all that doesn' keep me busy enough, I've launched myself into the world of audiobook narrating. To date I've narrated two Scottish zombie books for Crossroads Press & hope to finish my third in a couple of weeks. At that point, I'll start in on what will be my fourth audiobook, which is a middle grade book for Do Life Right, Inc.
Life is good."
Evelyn Cole: Author, Gourmet Chef, and Ping Pong Champ! Champ!
CLICK HERE: judysalamacha.com
Judy Salamacha covers the Central Coast communities of Morro Bay, Cayucos and Los Osos/Baywood for her Monday column in the San Luis Obispo Tribune (www.sanluisobispo.com). She is the Director for the Central Coast Writers' Conference, scheduled during the 3rd weekend of September for 28 years (www.communityprograms.net & FaceBook: CentralCoastWritersConference).
Judy is Program Chairman for SLO NightWriters, which meets the 2nd Tuesday of the month at 7pm at the PG&E Education Center (www.slonightwriters.org).
And she is active with the Cayucos Seniors and the Commission on Aging.
Formerly from Bakersfield, California, her latest all-consuming project is co-writing a book about the city’s namesake, Colonel Thomas Baker, titled Colonel Baker’s Field with Sandy Mittelsteadt and Chris Brewer, the great, great grandson of Colonel Baker. Jody Salamacha Hollier is illustrating the book due out late spring 2012.
|Corrie Lynne Player:
CLICK HERE FOR WEBSITE: corrielynneplayer.com/
CLICK HERE FOR BLOG: corriesstories123.blogspot.com/
Educated in child care and family-related issues, Corrie Lynne Player has written for national magazines such as Family Circle, Parents, and Ladies Home Journal, as well as regional magazines and newspapers. Her published work includes Anchorage Altogether (a book of essays about parenting in Alaska), Dreams Do Come True (the biography of Philo T. Farnsworth, the inventor of television), So Your Teen Knows All the Answers (a survival manual for parents of teenagers), and two on-going weekly columns on parenting and relationships, both published under the title "Heaven Help Us."
CLICK HERE: authortonypiazza.wordpress.com/
In the 1970s Tony worked in the film and television industry with such stars as Michael Douglas, Steve McQueen, Paul Newman, & Clint Eastwood.
Published Mystery Writer - "Anything Short of Murder" (see our MEMBERS' BOOKS page). Has a second book, an action, adventure novel, due to be published in March 2012. Member of Sister's in Crime, L.A. and Central Coast Chapter.
| Anne R. Allen:
CLICK HERE: annerallen.blogspot.com/
The author of five comic mysteries that debuted in 2011: Food of Love, The Gatsby Game, Ghostwriters in the Sky, Sherwood, Ltd, and The Best Revenge, with two publishers: Popcorn Press and MWiDP (see our MEMBERS' BOOKS page). Anne's now working on a survival handbook for writers with Pay it Forward author Catherine Ryan Hyde, to be published by MWiDP in June 2012. She blogs with NYT bestselling author Ruth Harris.
|Dennis Eamon Young:
CLICK HERE: denniseamonyoungphoto.com/
President, Art Director and Photographer for SLO NightWriters. Dennis is a writer and professional photographer living in Shell Beach. Though he photographs everything, he specializes in portraits and commercial photography, and works on his stories and novels between photography sessions. Dennis began his photography career in New York City in 1969, with magazine and advertising assignments. He is a genuine people person and enjoys being a member of SLO NightWriters as both a writer and as staff photographer. You can email him at: email@example.com; or write to him at PO Box 3438, Shell Beach, CA 93449
CLICK HERE: anneschroederauthor.blogspot.com/
Anne Schroeder, many times published author (see our MEMBERS' BOOKS page), blogs about the small daily steps to a creative and fulfilling life. She draws from her hyphenated life as a mother-daughter-sister-redneck wife-baby boomer-too busy to live-grandma-writer and soulful observer of life. She invites you to follow her sometimes funny, always evocative essays and share your own experiences.