Next Meeting: 7:00 PM, Wednesday, March 10, 2021 via Zoom.us
The Memoir Process – Turning Tragedy Into Triumphs
Presented by Patrick P. Long
Join the St. Louis
Publishers Association on March 10 as Patrick P. Long shares “The Memoir
Process – Turning Tragedy Into Triumph”.
As a first-time author, his debut memoir Ordinarily Extraordinary: Love and Anger, Life and Death, Hope and
Inspiration, continues to receive rave reviews after its debut ranking as
an International #1 Best Seller on Amazon. Patrick will share details of his
journey (featured in our August
2020 newsletter), from writing to
publication and promotion, and all the lessons learned along the way.
P. Long is a widower and father of four young kids. He lives in St. Louis where
he was born and raised. While pursuing his lifelong ambition of being a writer,
Patrick has earned his living as a systems’ engineer and database architect.
Connect with him at https://www.patrickplong.com/
ZOOM INSTRUCTIONS: Sign up is free. You can join from your smartphone, computer, or tablet. If you’ve used Zoom before, it should connect right away. If it’s your first time, simply sign up, follow the prompts, and allow it to access your camera and microphone. Click on this link for the meeting: https://zoom.us/j/86782144399 . Meeting id is 867 8214 4399. Password is 668448.
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Our regular Monthly Meeting location
(the second Wednesday of every month)
Monthly in-person gatherings temporarily suspended during COVID-19. Meetings will be held online until further notice.
When meeting gatherings resume, this will be our planned location:
THE HEIGHTS: Richmond Heights Community Center Argus Room • 8001 Dale Ave. • Richmond Heights, MO 63117
Members – FREE
Non-member Guests – $10 per person, cash or check at the door
(Guest fee will be applied to Membership if you decide to join at that meeting) Doors open at 6:30 PM for networking. Business meeting begins at 7:00 PM and continues till 8:30 PM.
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