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Will Write for Cake
A SWEET BLOG ABOUT THE WRITING LIFE
Tuesday, February 9, 2010
Nothing like creative writers reading each other's writing to inspire. Critique groups provide words of encouragement, comments on plots, generate ideas and discuss publishing news. A treat every week we meet, with no calories!
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Will Write for Cake is a critique group based in the Houston area made up of seven children's writers who happen to love baked goods. Click on our websites to get to know more about us.
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