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Featured Authors

Many books allow us to escape the cares of this world, and enter places we have never been. Today, we are featuring some of those authors and their works. Please join us as we take a trip and explore new adventures with their books.

We would like to hear your comments about this site or any suggestions you may have at: The Pamlico Writers' Group.

James Lupton

  James Lupton, and Episcopal priest, lives in North Carolina. He serves parishes and writes fiction. Combining historical sources of murder with romance and theology he's Produced Turbulent Youth, early years of his medieval ancestor, Roger Lupton. A sequel, Perilous Power, with Roger as royal chaplain, provost of Eton College and founder of Sedbergh School is in process. Widowed, James travels and visits children and grandchildren in different states. He welcomes inquiries at jlupton2002@yahoo.com.

  Roger resented Coverham Abbey School but as second son, the church career was necessary because Roger's older brother, Thomas, would inherit the family land and title in the local feudal hierarchy. While Roger adapted to monastic daily office, fasted and prayed, Thomas was at Middleton Hall learning the skills of a warrior: fast riding, fencing and jousting.

  Consumed with envy, the only way Roger could get ahead of Thomas was to become an abbot or bishop. So Roger worked hard and was chosen to be cantor at the Christ Mass, a great honor for a young postulant. It was his moment of triumph and all would have gone as planned except that Roger took a forbidden glance at beautiful Alice Compton, the vivacious young daughter of a local squire. So beings James Lupton's spellbinding tale of ambition, love, betrayal and murder set in medieval fifteenth-century England.

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Upcoming Featured Authors

All about Cliffhangers


Topic: All About Cliffhangers

Speaker: Marni Graff

Marni Graff will address the subject of cliffhangers, and chapter endings that compel readers to turn to the next page in your work. She will describe 3 ways to implement them in your writing, and then 9 different types of cliffhangers writers use. Specific examples will illustrate each type of cliffhanger noted. A handout to take away will reinforce what participants have learned. Questions can be related to cliffhangers, to her writing process, or to submissions to the curated hybrid press where she serves as Managing Editor.

Marni Graff is the award-winning author of The Nora Tierney English Mysteries and The Trudy Genova Manhattan Mysteries. She writes a crime review blog (www.auntiemwrites.com), reviewing for the main houses and several in the UK. Graff is also Managing Editor of Bridle Path Press (http://www.bridlepathpress.com/ ) and a member of Sisters in Crime. Her newest release is THE GOLDEN HOUR.


Time and Place

Sep 9 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

ECPI University

4101 Doie Cope Rd

Raleigh, NC 27613

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Please Contribute to 

High School Scholarship Fund

This fund provides our annual High School Writers Competition Cash Scholarship Awards.

Scholarship Fund Donations

Collected: $630.00
Goal: $1,000.00
63%
Scholarship Funds are used for Cash Scholarships for the winners of the annual High School Literary Competition.

The Pamlico Writers Group would like to say thank you to all who gave to the High School Scholarship fund. You are part of a group who are helping shape the future.

Do you ever search for the right word? Does it sometimes elude you? It does me. I struggle with vocabulary, wanting just the right word to convey a font of information.

Each month I’d like to challenge you to add to my vocabulary list as I search for just the right word.

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Events Calendar

Year: 2016

1January, 2016
Jan 12 Fiction Critique Group
Jan 12 General Critique Group
Jan 26 General Critique Group
Jan 26 Fiction Critique Group
February
Feb 09 Fiction Critique Group
Feb 09 General Critique Group
Feb 16 Luncheon with writer Lynn Cavanaugh-Blades
Feb 23 General Critique Group
Feb 23 Fiction Critique Group
March
Mar 08 Fiction Critique Group
Mar 08 General Critique Group
Mar 18 2016 Writers CONFERENCE
Mar 18 2016 Writers CONFERENCE (Vendors Only)
Mar 22 Fiction Critique Group
Mar 22 General Critique Group
2April
Apr 12 General Critique Group
Apr 12 Fiction Critique Group
Apr 19 April's Speaker Luncheon reminder
Apr 26 General Critique Group
Apr 26 Fiction Critique Group
May
May 10 General Critique Group
May 10 Fiction Critique Group
May 15 SUBMIT your works for PWG Christmas Anthology
May 17 Luncheon with writer Deborah H. Doolittle
May 24 Fiction Critique Group
May 24 General Critique Group
June
Jun 14 General Critique Group
Jun 14 Fiction Critique Group
Jun 21 Luncheon with writer/poet David E. Poston
Jun 28 Fiction Critique Group
Jun 28 General Critique Group
3July
Jul 12 General Critique Group
Jul 12 Fiction Critique Group
Jul 26 Mini Workshop and Critique Groups
August
Aug 09 Fiction Critique Group
Aug 09 General Critique Group
Aug 16 Luncheon with Publisher/CEO Diane Taylor
Aug 23 Nancy Cordano Mini Workshop
September
Sep 13 Evening with poet John Hoppenthaler
Sep 20 Luncheon with author, Shane Wilson
Sep 27 General Critique Group
Sep 27 Fiction Critique Group
Sep 27 Sherri Lupton Hollister - Mini Workshop
4October
Oct 11 General Critique Group
Oct 11 Fiction Critique Group
Oct 25 General Critique Group
Oct 25 Fiction Critique Group
Oct 25 Kay Wilson - Mini Workshop
November
Nov 03 BOOK SIGNING - A Carolina Christmas
Nov 08 General Critique Group
Nov 08 Fiction Critique Group
Nov 12 Marni Graff Writers Workshop
Nov 14 BOOK SIGNING - A Carolina Christmas
December

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