Objectives: To study methods of writing and research,
To develop our talents as writers,
To promote interest in writing, and
To encourage our fellow writers at all times
Most of his books are still in print, including What Dogs Teach Us, which was a New York Times Bestseller Plus selection for eight weeks, reaching Number 24 in Hardcover Nonfiction in 1999. He followed up with What Cats Teach Us and What Horses Teach Us, as well as What Dogs Teach Us II and What Grandchildren Do.
Many of Glenn's books are more regional in focus – Abilene Stories; West Texas Christmas Stories; Coleman Springs USA; and Good Night Little Texan, a companion volume to his popular children’s books Good Night Cowboy and Good Night Cowgirl.
Glenn and his wife Carol own Texas Star Trading Company – the National Store of Texas – in downtown Abilene, featuring Texas books, gourmet and gifts.
Learn more at GlennDromgoole.com and TexasStarTrading.com.
Upcoming Meetings in 2017
The Abilene Writers Guild began its 48th year on June 1, 2016. If you would like to recommend someone as a speaker, now is the time! Contact Program Chair Barbara Rollins, firstname.lastname@example.org, with your specific suggestions.
Remember, we work on a limited budget! Our speakers receive a small honorarium and a one-year membership. We also have a specific meeting date and time for which speakers must be available.
Barbara would also like to hear from you if you would be interested in presenting a program, or if you have a writing-related subject you would like to learn more about.
Join us July 27th at 7pm at the Rose Park Senior Center for our guest speaker Glenn Dromgoole.
Every book tells at least two stories, and our speaker this month has told scores of them. Glenn Dromgoole's books cover a wide range of topics and styles, mixing whimsy with a generous dose of optimism.
Every 4th Thursday at 7:00 P.M.
Except-- 3rd Thursday in November
No meeting in December
Rose Park Senior Center
2625 South 7th
Abilene, Texas 79605