Welcome to Lilac City Rochester Writers

(The group that shows you HOW to do it.)


June 24   Borkal Shapes of Plot.

Bio: Jennifer D. Bokal is the author of the best-selling Ancient World Historical Romance, The Gladiator’s Mistress and the second book in the Champions of Rome series, The Gladiator’s Temptation. Her first book in the Rocky Mountain Justice mini-series, Her Rocky Mountain Defender, will be released by Harlequin Romantic Suspense in November 2017. Jen holds a master of arts in creative writing from Wilkes University and is a member of the Romance Writers of America. Happily married to her own Alpha Male for twenty years, she enjoys writing stories that explore the wonders of love. Jen and her manly husband live in upstate New York with their three beautiful daughters, two aloof cats, and two very spoiled dogs.
Course Description: Story Structure Made Easy
Have you ever gotten to page 50 of a work in progress and wondered; what’s next? Or worse yet, completed a manuscript and found several plot holes that needed to be filled? Best-selling author, Jennifer D. Bokal, will help pansters and plotters alike by identifying nine essential scenes; defining the difference between character, plot and story element; and showing how individual arcs can be interwoven to create a satisfying read.


Who we are …

Whether you’re just learning the writing craft, spending much of your time working on a literary project, or writing for a living, you’re a perfect fit for our group.

We are a not-for-profit writers’ group dedicated to providing networking opportunities, feedback, education, and motivational support to our members. With a few exceptions, we meet every fourth Saturday of the month. The business meetings start at 9:00 (members only) and the presentations begin around 10:15. The annual cost to members is $30, which defrays speaker fees and other expenses.

Our diverse membership includes published and not-yet-published authors of all genres. Every few months we gather for group critique sessions. We encourage people to check out a meeting and/or presentation for free before signing up to become a part of our network. For a list of our authors and more information about our group, find us online at www.lcrw.org. Our members also enjoy sharing their wisdom and expertise by posting to our writing blog: Visit the LCRW Writers Blog      Visit us on Facebook

Meetings are held at the Gates Community Center at 1605 Buffalo Road in Gates, NY, 14624. Enter through the Police Annex. Our meetings are in the first room on the left.  (Map to Town of Gates Recreation Department)

Where we are …

We meet, with a few exceptions (check the meetings page for dates and times), on the fourth Saturday of the month inside the Police Annex at 1605 Buffalo Road, Gates, NY, 14624 at 9:00AM for the members only business and 10:15AM for our guest speaker. (The old Gates Library building)

What LCRW can do for you …

We offer monthly meetings and workshops on the craft of writing and on the industry of writing. Monthly breakout meetings dedicated to the creative writing, critique groups and informational sections.

For the Published …

We’ll help connect you with readers through on-line blogs, workshops and confrences. LCRW can help promote your work, book releases and cheer you on with your successes. We can provide valuable contacts within the industry.

For unpublished …

We can help on your individual writing journey with workshops on the craft of writing, critique groups, and conferences in a supportive group setting. Visit the About Us and Conferences pages for more information. Check out our links pages for valuable resources within the writing industry.

Sound Wonderful? JOIN US!

Visit the LCRW Writers Blog      Visit us on Facebook

Contact Us at: lcrwmembership@gmail.com

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