The Writers Connection - E. C. Murray, Publisher
Dear Readers and Writers,            

       The Writers Connection assists emerging writers as well as those who've tasted success. Please see our second page  for Writers Resources in the Puget Sound and beyond. We also publish a newsletter in which we've interviewed Elizabeth George, Erik Larson, Hank Searle, Jim Lynch, Randi Platt, Debbie Macomber, Theo Nestor, Garth Stein, Susan Rich, Mike Lawson, and more, about their writer's journey.      

          The Writers Connection originally linked writers in Gig Harbor and Kitsap County. We've hosted a community writers party, a writers conference, and co-hosted Gig Harbor's Open Mic. We also began a Face book page, Gig Harbor - Kitsap Writers Connection. 
http://www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Gig-Harbor-Kitsap-Writers-Connection/315836967853 .   
   
            We hope you find these resources helpful as you follow your writing dreams. Please contact us at truwryter@comcast.net.      

Fondly,    
E. C. Murray, Publisher, www.ecmurray.com
 
Wendy Hinman, Editor, www.wendyhinman.com     
 

E. C. Murray (Elizabeth Corcoran Murray), founder and publisher of The Writers Connection, is thrilled that Plicata Press will release  A Long Way from Paristhe story of personal transformation while herding goats in the mountains of southern France, in December, 2014. See stellar advanced reviews at www.ecmurray.com and  https://www.kirkusreviews.com/search/?q=EC+Murray&t=all. She teaches writing at Tacoma Community College and is the recipient of a Pushcart nomination for "The Urban Goatherd," a snippet of A Long Way from Paris. Her book, Life Kind of Sucks, beautifully illustrated by Germaine Austin, brims with helpful ideas for the "rough patches in life." Elizabeth holds a Masters in Social Work.  


Wendy Hinman, Editor, is the author of Tightwads on the Loose, about the 34,000-mile, seven-year adventure she took with her husband to 19 countries aboard a 31-foot boat. Despite the tight quarters, she somehow managed to remain sane and innocent of plotting murder or divorce. She has published stories in a number of magazines, especially ones sailors like to read.  One of her stories, We're Going to Die, is featured in the anthology, We Came to Say. Another won a SOLAS award for best travel writing.  Visit her website at http://www.wendyhinman.com











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