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July 7th Meeting

C. WAYNE DAWSON  

 

C. Wayne Dawson

C. Wayne Dawson

C. Wayne Dawson writes for The Williamson County Sun, and has written for History Magazine, Focus On Georgetown, The Georgetown Advocate, and SAFVIC Law Enforcement Newsletter. He was an Adjunct Professor of History for ten years at Mt. San Antonio College in Walnut, California, where he taught American and World History.

In October of 2013, C. Wayne Dawson published Vienna’s Last Jihad, available today on Amazon. On March 22, 2016, his new book, The Darkness That Could Be Felt, posted on Amazon. It will be the first of a trilogy of books named The Treasure of the Raven King.

 
PROGRAM begins at 7:00 pm on the second floor of the
Georgetown Public Library.

6 thoughts on “Home

  1. Sid Frost

    Oops. You fixed the displayed link, but didn’t change the link to part. You can test it by linking on each one. I did a refresh of my browser and still got the wrong links. These math problems are harder than they should be. This one is okay seven x — = 7, but the last one was — x 8 = 24. I had to count on my fingers.

  2. Florence Gould

    I would like to have a contact at the SGWL to receive publicity about the Hill Country Authors Series speakers. Our next speaker is Chris Tomlinson, author of Tomlinson Hill. He will be speaking at the Library on Feb. 20 at 2:00 p.m. I’d like to send you a press release, poster, etc., to have for your Feb. meeting.

    Thanks,
    Florence Gould
    Friends of the Georgetown Public Library

  3. Sid Frost

    I apologize for not getting back to you sooner. Please feel free to send the information to me:

    Sid Frost
    Secretary, SGWL
    512-694-6449

    I will present what you sent above.

  4. Ashley Reid

    I would like more information about this group. I am a first time author looking for a critique writing group. I mostly write YA,Paranormal,Urban materials and would like to join a group of writers alike. If so I’ll leave my info.

  5. Webmistress

    I have forwarded your message to the SGWL president, Paul Fronczek. If you don’t receive an email from him soon, please let me know.

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