A car explodes. The mafia executes a million-dollar heist.
A flower-child sleeps on Grecian beaches and treks across Afghanistan.
A Navy brat experiences the perks and pains of growing-up military.
A black-widow preys on a change-of-life divorcee.
A social outcast rescues a thrift-store clerk’s rent money.
A woman’s healing journey revisits childhood pain and unearths her family’s secrets.
Quirky residents of ‘small town’ America claim the motto—“Because you’ve got to live somewhere.”
SaddleBrooke Ranch Writing for Publication members write in the following genres: personal narrative, literary and crime fiction, memoir, novel, and poetry.
We are an intimate group of writers who, in the spirit of mutual respect and cooperation, work to support and encourage each other in our writing endeavors. As members, we have made a two-fold commitment to 1) share our writing and receive feedback and 2) read and provide feedback to the other members. Each member’s ultimate goal is publication. Several published authors grace our group, currently selling work in the literary marketplace.
The group meets on the second and fourth Monday from 9 a.m. to noon. If you are serious about writing and marketing your work, we invite you to contact us. Contact Fran Kirkham, chairwoman, at [email protected] or 520-575-0495.