California Writers Club of Long Beach Presents Doug Drummond
2010-10-05 · By Editor
The California Writers Club of Long Beach will host a presentation by Doug Drummond on “Plotting a mystery set in Long Beach” on Saturday, October 16, 2010 at the Los Altos Branch of the Long Beach Public Library. Published and aspiring writers of all genres are welcome to attend.
Doug Drummond, former Commander in the Long Beach Police Department and former Vice-mayor of Long Beach, helps us celebrate Long Beach Arts Month, the National Arts and Humanities Month, and California Writers Week (the 3rd week of October). He has published two novels set in Long Beach: Cyclone Racer and What Goes Around Comes Around.
The Plotting a mystery set in Long Beach event is Saturday October 16, 2010 from 3 to 5 pm at the Los Altos Branch of the Long Beach Public Library 5614 Britton Drive, 90815. Published and aspiring writers of all genres are welcome to attend.
Please note that our regular meeting time and day have changed to the third Saturday of the month, from 3 to 5 pm. The location has not changed: Los Altos Branch Library.
The free monthly meetings of the California Writers Club of Long Beach are held at the Los Altos Branch Library from 3 to 5 pm on the third Saturday of each month. Meetings are open to the public. More information about California’s most prestigious club for writers is available at the California Writers Club website and the California Writers Club of Long Beach website. For more information, please call Annie Margis at (562) 595-2114 or Allene Symons at (714) 571-0767.