As Christians who write, we meet together to promote unity and fellowship, to encourage one another and to develop our skills as writers. We are a chapter of American Christian Writers, a national organization.

We meet at Grove Avenue Baptist Church, 1 block south of Patterson Avenue at 8701 Ridge Road, Richmond, VA 23229 in Room 211.

We typically meet on the third Sunday of each month from 2:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m. Join us!

Click HERE for directions.


Saturday, September 29, 2012

October Meeting

October Meeting

RCWW's  next meeting will be October 21st in room #211 at Grove Avenue Baptist Church from 2-4pm.   Join us!!

We have invited a panel of published author's to answer all your questions about writing.  Come and learn how to get your writing published. 

Two of the speakers will be Martha Kalichman and Angela Breidenbach.  Come hear how they got published. 

Monday, May 30, 2011

First Friday Book Club @ Crossroads Coffee and Ice Cream

First Friday Book Club at Crossroads Coffee and Ice Cream

(3600 Forest Hill Avenue)
Meets This Friday, June 3rd
When? 10:00 AM
Where? In the Small room at Crossroads

Please join us for fellowship and discussion of
Irregular People
Joyce Landorf Heatherley

Looking ahead
*July 1st book club selection is

Through Gates of Splendor
Elizabeth Elliot

For further information, please email

Susan Herring at herringfishes@verizon.net

Sunday, May 08, 2011

May 2011 Meeting Notice

2:00-2:15 Sign In and Fellowship
2:15 Opening Prayer
2:15-2:45 Introductions and Toot-Your-Own-Horn
2:45-4:00 Guest Speaker: Linda Pate: "How to Publish and Market Your Dream"
Includes discussing ebooks, websites, blogs and topics related to publication. (Her bio is below.)

4:00 Refreshments - Fellowship/Networking with our speaker, visitors and members.

From Linda Pate: Allow me to introduce myself. My name is Linda Pate, owner of Precious Memories Reading and Collectibles Bookstore.

Just over seven years ago Precious Memories Reading and Collectibles was a dream; a vision and a passion that burned brightly within me. I had no idea where it would take me and have been blessed to see it grow into what it is today. Now, I want to increase the vision by helping others see their dreams come true.

Since its inception, Precious Memories Reading and Collectibles has offered unique reading programs for the community such as: The "Talking Book," "Let’s Read" and the "Dream Readers". We are an organization with a clear vision and a passion for Richmond’s children and youth.

As an Outreach Bookstore, we believe that if the young can catch the Dream to read, the outcome will be a lifetime of creative potential that will impact not only the Richmond community, but our nation as a whole. No child will be left behind if they excel in reading!

I am proud of our store and the opportunities it has afforded me in bringing the community closer together through books. Precious Memories has also hosted a number of community events such as: Chocolate Sip and Dip which was featured on the front page of the Food section of the Richmond Times Dispatch last February. We have assisted authors with Journaling Workshops, Publish Your Dream workshops and OUT marketing strategies. We also offer book signings for local authors to get their name out into the community.