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      You might be interested in the following event. 
       
      Millie  

      New writers conference in Houston.
       
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      Houston Baptist University & 
      Gulf Coast Federation of Writers

      2012 Writers Conference
      Writing with Power, Writing with Grace

      Saturday     November 17, 2012    9:00-4:00 p.m.

      Join GCFW and
      Houston Baptist Univ.
      at their first annual writers conference.

      Guest Speakers
      Stephanie Evans
      and
      Alexander Parsons


      8 sessions
      Poetry, Fiction
      Self-Publishing


      $30
      includes lunch!
      Register now!
      Space limited


      Click HERE to go to GCFW
      for speaker and seminar information.





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      Houston, TX 77074

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      Millie Theis Martin, Ph.D.
      ARA, Houston SCBWI
      13319 Spring Hollow Drive
      Tomball, TX 77375
       
       
       

      Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.

       

                                                Will Rogers






      --
      Millie Theis Martin, Ph. D.
      ARA, Houston SCBWI
      713.822.5285
                                                        

      Good judgment comes from experience, and a lot of that comes from bad judgment.

       

                                                Will Rogers


                                                       


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