April 4–Luncheon Literary Society Writers Meeting



Hello Writers!

It’s a sunny day in Rock Hill with fluffy white clouds in a blue sky. The outside temperature is climbing, flowers are blooming, green leaves are unfurling along once bare tree limbs, and yellow pollen is filling the air. (Not a good thing for asthma sufferers!)

As Mother Nature is bringing new growth to the outside world, hopefully, your creative muse has inspired you to begin a new poem, short story, or personal narrative. We invite you to share it with us at the Luncheon Literary Society.

The next meeting of the Luncheon Literary Society will be Saturday, April 4, from 11 am to 2 pm at Jackson’s Cafeteria, 1735 Heckle Boulevard, Rock Hill, SC. To check out the menu, click on this link: http://www.menupix.com/menudirectory/menu.php?id=4003986.

If you are interested in attending, please post a comment.


Special Guest: Author Jamie Mason


Luncheon Literary Society Meets on the first Saturday, monthly, at Thursday’s Too.

 Jamie Mason will address the Luncheon Literary Society on Saturday, March 16, 2013.

She will be signing her debut mystery novel, THREE GRAVES FULL. However, the book should be pre-ordered and brought to the event.

Jamie will also share about her journey, offering tips about writing, revising, and publishing, plus as time permits, a Q & A session.

Join us at 9:45 am, through 1:00 pm as we kick off 2013 with guest speaker 
Jamie Mason.

To register, use this link…

Lunch choices:


Soup of the Day & Chicken Salad Sandwich  – $7.50

Garden Salad – $5.00

Garden Salad w/ Chicken – $7.99

Rock Hill burger w/fries  – $7.95 

drinks not included 

There is no charge to attend, but donations are welcome

When you register, please mark you lunch choice.

Directions and more information about Thursday’s Too…

The Luncheon Literary Society is a critique group offering input to writers about their works-in-progress.

Critiques are suspended this month to allot our speaker enough time to speak and sign books.

Meeting on the first Saturday, monthly, at Thursday’s Too.

Critiques will resume in April.

 register for this event here…