My First Writing Family in Tarrant County

When I first moved to Tarrant County, it took me quite a while to find a writing organization to be a part of–one that complimented and encouraged my style of artistry.
Failing to find any in the area that catered to my specific interests and overall goals as a writer, I decided to reach out to and network other writers, via Facebook, and came across these 3 wonderful individuals.
Sharon Osbourne, Charlene McGowan, and Barbara McGowan–3 accomplished authors and brilliant literary minds blessed me with their presence, one warm and muggy, August, Texas morning, at a small cafe’-like sandwich shop, in Arlington, TX.
And, though I wasn’t a member of an official writing organization, that day, I did become a member of a literary family.
When I began working with these wonderful ladies, back in 2012, and, when we first met, the creative connection that was instantaneously forged is one that that persist and was one that will remain strong for ages to come.
Their encouragement, their knowledge of the craft, their professionalism, their intense passion for the language arts, and their warm and accepting demeanor all made for the perfect type of environment a young budding writer needed to grow and to be pushed to strive for excellence in writing.
I thank God for bringing these wonderful individuals in my life, to aid me in my journey of becoming the type of writer He has envisioned.
They are my writing heroines!

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