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Our Email Newsletter, WW Dispatch, includes news about our members’ writing and events. The Dispatch mailing list reaches over 4,000 subscribers and comes out 3-5 times a month.

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Member News: New Release – War Angel: Korea 1950

It’s 1950. Mary Belanger, a Reserve Army operating room nurse is called up and must leave behind a philandering husband and the baby of his runaway sister. All too soon, Mary is thrust into combat surgeries dealing with unimaginable wounds and forced to grow in ways she never imagined. She and the other nurses do…

Member News: Contest Seeking Judges

Arizona Mystery Writers needs another judge! I’m a past president of AMW and still judge the children’s contests. It’s open to all. Every entry, win or lose, gets written feedback. If you’ve entered contests, you know that’s gold. Information about the Mary Ann Hutchison Memorial Youth Story Contest can be found here. Judges get entertainment…

Member News: Potluck and Workshop- Writers Riverside Social

Potluck and mini-workshop by the beautiful Rogue River. Saturday, August 26th, Grants Pass, Oregon. 10-4. Free event. Donations optional. Meet agented authors and poets eager to share their experiences and help build community. We’ll have a panel with Q&A, optional private critiques, author talks, and more! Space limited. RSVP required. Find out more at Writers…

Member News: New Release – GIDEON RESURRECTION

GIDEON RESURRECTION, book two in the Gideon Trilogy IS NOW AVAILABLE!! Two months have passed, and Kelly Harper is struggling to keep the clinic afloat. Despite her insistence that Gideon is retired, Benedetto presents her with an “opportunity” she may want to consider…there’s compelling evidence that a sociopathic mother has killed two of her children,…

Member News: New Release – My Heart Has No Home

Hi folks, John R Worsley here. My wife passed away suddenly in early 2021, and as I sat bereft and sobbing in her hospital room, it struck me that we don’t, in our daily lives, talk much about the grief we go through – and I wanted to do something to change that. My Heart…