by Ruth York
Carol B. Cook of Granbury, known for her books of humor and poetry, will be the October guest of Cisco Writers Club. CWC meets at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, October 7, in the lobby of the Hilton Center, 309 Conrad Hilton Blvd., in Cisco.
Come enjoy this dynamic speaker if you can, but if not, join the livestream on our Facebook page.
Carol’s topic is “Putting the Face on Your Story: Book Covers.” We know this is an important choice in publication, and Carol has made that decision as an author repeatedly for her six books of humorous short stories and essays and five books of poetry.
Carol has been writing since childhood. She continued as a young mother raising children and working for a living wage. During the years she traveled across and lived in twenty-nine states and seven countries she still managed to commit words to paper. Her writing extended into retirement. She honed her writing skills in community colleges, night schools, and writing classes for years without, she says, “ever earning a degree in anything.” She is a member of the Authors Guild, the Texas Marketing Guild, and the Poetry Society of Texas.
Join us Thursday, October 7, for Carol’s insights into choosing your book cover well.