CSFWG-logo-iconMy fourteen year old son is a poet.  He recently joined the Colorado Springs Fiction Writers Group Tuesday group (there’s a mouthful for you).  Josh is the youngest member to ever join (beating out Amy by a couple of months).  I was a little skeptical with him becoming a member.  Our group’s fantastic, but thorough  (not to mention a little blood thirsty).

At the very first meeting he put all my concerns to rest.  He listened to his poetry critiques with interest and took more notes than I think I did all through school.  When it came to critiques he was in there like a seasoned pro, touching on points he felt could be stronger and praising aspects he liked.

Now why can’t everything go this smooth?





Edited by Henry Snider THE HORROR SOCIETY offers you... ...a trio of teens that discover not only houses can be haunted... ...a buried and all-but-forgotten Civil War era prison whose dark cells house more than antiques for treasure hunters... ...lovers who chance upon a southwestern cave containing the resting place of a pharaoh entombed far from home... ...a fire tower offering visitors views beyond belief and platform levels which never seem to end... ...abandoned train tracks leading a family to a century-old murder scene... These nightmares and more await you just around the corner in FORGOTTEN PLACES.







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