Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Network w/@DetroitNABJ AFTER-WORK SOIREE Friday 12/9/16 $20 FREE FOOD & DRINKS!!! #MichLit


Join us for a GREAT holiday party THIS Friday!!
The party is on the HAUTE! 10th floor of UAW-Ford, 151 W. Jefferson in downtown Detroit.
The Menu: Ribs, wings, greens, meatballs, mac & cheese, cornbread muffins, spring rolls, veggie, fruit & cheese trays, dessert & cookies!!!
The OPEN bar: WineBeer & Sangria
ADVANCE TICKET SALES ONLY. You can buy your tickets here: http://detroitnabj.org/
 
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Friday, December 2, 2016

How to Write a Book workshop Saturday, December 3rd from 11 am-2 pm at Beans & Cornbread #michlit


Sylvia Hubbard will host a How to Write a Book workshop this Saturday, December 3rd from 11 am-2 pm at Beans & Cornbread. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.womenwhoinspire.org through PayPal. 

Detroit Author & Founder of Motown Writers Network, Sylvia Hubbard has published over 37 books on suspense romance.
As a happily divorced mother of three, Sylvia has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work such as the Spirit of Detroit from Detroit City Council and State of Michigan Governor’s Certificate of Tribute Emerging Minority Business Leader Award. She’s spoken all over the United States and Canada about independent publishing, social media, 21st Guide to Marketing for writers and authors, How Readers can make money promoting their favorite authors and even how to be a single mom.

Recognized as an avid blogger by HoneyTech Blogs, Ms. Hubbard runs over five blogs including How To Love A Black and has had five #1 Best Sellers on Amazon. Her current work is Tanner’s Devil and she has six books coming up in 2016, including four live stories on her website. http://sylviahubbard.com

Related websites:

Social Media:
www.amazon.com/author/sylviahubbard


Women who Inspire is a 501 c (3) faith based organization whose mission is to inspire, mentor, and motivate Christian women. Our four- fold purpose is to: Inspire – motivate, inspire, uplift, support and encourage women; Mentor – Mentor younger women one on one - mentor/mentee program called Purpose; Wellness – provide health, financial, mental, and social resources for women; and Entrepreneurship – to help start, build, and establish local women owned businesses. Please contact us at the information below or visit us online for more information.

Get your tickets now: www.womenwhoinspire.org through PayPal. 

Thursday, December 1, 2016

Save the dates: Every Child Ready to Read in Michigan via @libraryofmich @mlaoffice

Save the dates: Every Child Ready to Read in Michigan

Save the Dates for ECRR in Michigan

Cathy Lancaster
The 2017 Webinar Dates with Sue McCleaf Nespeca on Every Child Ready to Read in Michigan are set!  Sign-up for the following will begin in mid-November, but mark your calendars now for 2:00 PM-3:00 PM on the following dates:
· Thursday, January 5:  Mixed-Aged Storytimes
· Thursday, May 11:  Family Engagement in Early Learning
· Tuesday, July 11:  Storytime Basics
· Thursday, September 7:  Working with Early Childhood Educators & Volunteers in Early Literacy Learning
· Tuesday, November 28: Every Child Ready to Read in Michigan wrap-up!

3 Additional ECRR Workshops will take place around the state during the week of March 20-25, 2017.  Sue McCleaf Nespeca will be leading the interactive workshops; details on locations and times to be announced soon.
  
The monthly ECRR in Michigan Newsletter will continue through December, 2017.  Be sure to join us in these exciting opportunities with ECRR in 2017. If you have any questions, please contact me at LancasterC5@michigan.gov or 517-335-8129.

This project is supported in part by the Library of Michigan with federal funds from the Institute of Museum and Library Services.

Wednesday, November 30, 2016

How to Write a Book workshop Saturday, December 3rd from 11 am-2 pm at Beans & Cornbread #michlit


Sylvia Hubbard will host a How to Write a Book workshop this Saturday, December 3rd from 11 am-2 pm at Beans & Cornbread. Tickets are $15 and can be purchased at www.womenwhoinspire.org through PayPal. 

Detroit Author & Founder of Motown Writers Network, Sylvia Hubbard has published over 37 books on suspense romance.
As a happily divorced mother of three, Sylvia has received numerous awards and recognitions for her work such as the Spirit of Detroit from Detroit City Council and State of Michigan Governor’s Certificate of Tribute Emerging Minority Business Leader Award. She’s spoken all over the United States and Canada about independent publishing, social media, 21st Guide to Marketing for writers and authors, How Readers can make money promoting their favorite authors and even how to be a single mom.

Recognized as an avid blogger by HoneyTech Blogs, Ms. Hubbard runs over five blogs including How To Love A Black and has had five #1 Best Sellers on Amazon. Her current work is Tanner’s Devil and she has six books coming up in 2016, including four live stories on her website. http://sylviahubbard.com

Related websites:

Social Media:
www.amazon.com/author/sylviahubbard


Women who Inspire is a 501 c (3) faith based organization whose mission is to inspire, mentor, and motivate Christian women. Our four- fold purpose is to: Inspire – motivate, inspire, uplift, support and encourage women; Mentor – Mentor younger women one on one - mentor/mentee program called Purpose; Wellness – provide health, financial, mental, and social resources for women; and Entrepreneurship – to help start, build, and establish local women owned businesses. Please contact us at the information below or visit us online for more information.

Get your tickets now: www.womenwhoinspire.org through PayPal. 

Tuesday, November 29, 2016

What is yr 30 Day Lit Challenge & Success? #MotownWriters @Meetup Reminder every 2nd Sat @DetroitLibrary



Every month we ask this of our participants when we meet. I find this helps give us direction, a goal, a place marker to show we've progress. Whether you're a reader or writer, you can answer this question and we'd like you hear your answer.

Baby steps count too.

I hope to see you at our meetings one day. Motown Writers meet every 2nd Saturday usually at the Detroit main library on the 3rd floor.

Sign up for updates at http://meetup.com/michiganliterarynetwork.

Also subscribe to our website for other literary news, events and more at: http://motownwriters.com

If you'd like to be a speaker, please contact us at: http://kontactr.com/user/sylviahubbard1

If you didn't attend last meeting or you're a reader, tell us now, what is your last 30 day literary challenge and success?

Wednesday, November 23, 2016

From Rosey at RDW Creations LLC: Thanks for Giving! Check out what we've been up to! via @RdwCreations


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EVERY BLESSING COUNTS!Check out what we've been up to! 
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RDW Creations is sincere about cultivating creative ways that strengthen #literacy skills in our community! Every youth, particularly those with hidden barriers, should never be overlookedwhen it comes to learning. We are thankful for every opportunty we are given to contribute to this cause. As leaders and members of the community, we are all charged to provide and create endless learning opportunities, that will ensure EVERY YOUTH is able to read, write and communicate efficiently! Check out our video above to see our personalzied illustration of "literacy in motion"!  

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Started from the Bottom...

 

Do you the story behind this face? Sometimes we judge people by what we see, but what about those things unseen or unheard? The Pope Francis Center  has been a safe haven for many of the "unseen" faces of homelessness, including for the founder of RDW Creations, Rosey Denise White.  The Pope Francis Center was gracious to include a portion of Rosey's story in their annual report. This report also highlights the overall mission of The Pope Francis Center, homeless resources and more! To view the full report and learn more of Rosey's story please click below.   

 

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Youth Game Day

 

Our youth had a blast during Youth Game Day Rounds 1 and 2! A huge thanks to both Jo Ann Mannino of the Detroit Public Library Jefferson Branch and Sianee Hawkins at the Detroit Public Library Skillman Branch for allowing us to host this event at their facilitiy!

 

WRITE the VISION 2017

 

Are you ready to soar high in 2017? Every success story must begin with a plan. Is your plan on paper? WRITE the VISION and make it plain! Check out some of our freelance business writing services available that can assist you in 2017!

 

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