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Events Saturday, Sept 27, 2014: Fall Program in Stowe

It was great to see you all at Stowe for our Fall Program!

As always, it was a program full of information and fun.

Who & What:

Christine Moriarty from MoneyPeace gave a riveting talk on the financials of freelancing! YES! RIVETING! One participant said, "I didn't know how much I was going to learn from this until she started talking. She's GREAT!" Ms. Moriarty is a financial speaker, author and coach. Find her at www.moneypeace.com

Colin Thompson, film writer, director and star of Loser’s Crown had the room in stitches talking about his exploits on the way to becoming and independent screenwriter/film maker. He's shooting his second feature this month (October), and having a great time with friend and collaborator Myles David Jewell. Visit them on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/loserscrown.

The panel of editors, with Cindy Barnes [Barnes & MacQueen Publishing Resources], Linda Bland [Cahoots Writing Services], Pat Goudey O’Brien [PGO Editorial Resource and The Tamarac Press], Kim MacQueen [Barnes & MacQueen Pubishing Resources], Angela Palm [Ink and Lead Literary Services], packed a presentation with excellent information and advice.

Thanks to our terrific speakers and to all our members who came out, took part, and made it a wonderful day.

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