Posts Tagged ‘California Writers Club-Sacramento Branch’

Eclectic California Writers Club Sacramento Branch Members Celebrate 90 Years of Dedication helping members in the craft of writing and in the marketing of their work.

California Writers Club Sacramento Branch President Margie Yee Webb shows Writing Coach Teresa LeYung-Ryan the lovely program (for October 17, 2015) designed by Vice President Mary Martinez


California Writers Club — Sacramento Branch
1925 — 2015  Celebrating 90 Years

Saturday, October 17, 2015 11:00AM-1:30PM

RSVP Requested

Speaker: Laurie McLean

The Message You Won’t Get Elsewhere: Tips for Thriving in the Publishing Revolution

Join us for cake, balloons, vintage slideshow and music, fantastic door prizes and surprise guest speakers.

Cheers to President Margie Yee Webb, Vice President Mary Martinez, Secretary Beth Mora, Treasurer Robert E. Cooper, Board Members Steve Liddick and Anthony Villanueva, and all fellow members!

  • Cost is $17 for CWC members, $20 for nonmembers
  • The meeting fee includes lunch and beverage
  • Cattlemens Restaurant, 12409 Folsom Blvd., Rancho Cordova, CA


California Writers Club Sacramento Branch Inaugural Meeting on October 31, 1925 - historic photo used on the lovely program (90th anniversary on October 17, 2015) designed by Vice President Mary Martinez

Cheers to California Writers Club and California Writers Week!!


Writing Coach Teresa LeYung-Ryan

Author & Fanbase-Building Coach Teresa LeYung-Ryan says: “Reach out, not stress out. Enjoy your writer’s journey.”



  • Click here for Writing Contests  through Literary Arts Division of the San Mateo County Fair – many genres (including novels, memoirs, short stories, fantasy, science fiction, essays, poetry, children’s, immigrant experience) – open worldwide – $10 per entry -  online entries due April 1, 2014   5:00pm Pacific Standard Time. Cheers to Literary Arts Director Bardi Rosman Koodrin, sponsors, judges, all contestants!



Check out my blog post  “Coach Teresa says: Who or What is the Antagonist in Your Story?“  before you send your manuscripts to agents, acquisition editors, or writing contests.

Remember that a story, even a short one, has a beginning, middle, and end.  A “snapshot” of an event is not a story.  A story must have a main character, even if that character is the only character.

Writing Coach Teresa LeYung-Ryan cheers for Writing Contest Creators, Sponsors, Judges, and Contestants!



Teresa LeYung-Ryan   aka  22-Day Coach Teresa helps clients identify their themes and archetypes; she is the author of:

Build Your Writer’s Platform & Fanbase In 22 Days: Attract Agents, Editors, Publishers, Readers, and Media Attention NOW (workbook for all genres)

Love Made of Heart: a Mother’s Mental Illness Forges Forgiveness in Daughter Ruby (novel used in college courses)

“Talking to My Dead Mom” monologues

Creator of The Immigrant Experience Writing Contest

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