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10 Mar meeting notes; 17 Mar reading list

March 14, 2022


Six people attended: Benafsha A., Glenda, Joanne, Lance (a chapter from Bluejay Rises), Rosie, and potential new member Chris L.


Benafsha recommended the Apex Writers Group. Memberships include live and recorded seminars, writers’ forums, networking with other authors, and presentations by publishing industry veterans.

We’ll continue meeting at the Corner Bakery at Tustin Marketplace (13786D Jamboree Rd, Suite 4, in Irvine) until either it proves unsuitable or Panera reverts to its previous closing time. Corner Bakery is next to the Regal Edwards movie theaters on the east side of Jamboree, across the parking lot from Barnes & Noble and about two blocks south of Panera Bread.

Now that we’re no longer virtual, the usual reading-list-management policies are back in force.


Glenda (3/10)
Rosie (3/10)
Donna R. (3/3)
Joanne (3/10)
Benafsha A. (3/10)
Burt (3/3)
Lance (3/10)
Faridoon B. (2/17)
Casey (2/10)
Leighanne (11/18)
Scott B. (11/18)

4 Comments leave one →
  1. Gloria Amlie permalink
    March 15, 2022 3:36 pm

    Is there a contact email for the meeting at the Thursday evening Critique group at the corner Bakery on Jamboree

    • March 15, 2022 4:44 pm

      Not really. What do you want to know?

      • gloria amlie permalink
        March 15, 2022 6:10 pm

        is this a private group or are you accepting new writers. i had tried to start a group on monday evening at the corner bakery, but we are so few

      • March 15, 2022 7:47 pm

        We’re always open to new members. Please look over the PFL guidelines so you know what you’re getting into. We tend to sit to the left of the main entrance. Hope to see you there!

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