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A Writer’s Forum, which will offer a unique opportunity to meet four published authors to learn what it takes to get a book written and published, will be held from 2-4 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 1, at the New Martinsville campus of West Virginia Northern Community College.
The authors will gather in room 110 on the downtown New Martinsville campus. Light refreshments will be available.
The four local writers will answer questions and provide suggestions for those wanting to do their own books. Their work represents fiction, non-fiction and children’s books.
The authors participating are Debbie Ice who has written a fiction novel. She has been very active in helping translate church records from German to English and then formatting them into a genealogy book. She also has worked with several writers to help them self-publish.
The Rev. Dr. Vic Hunter and his brother, who is a retired medical doctor, have written a fiction novel and several books on religions. They are in the process of publishing their next book which deals with science and religion.
Cheryl Shank has written a children's book and had it illustrated and Chuck Clegg has written three fiction novels and has been a columnist for a local newspaper for several years.
For more information, contact Debbie Bennett at Northern by calling 304-510-8760.