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Write On The River Members are a diverse, active crowd. We come from all walks of life, from all around our North Central Washington region, and write in all genres and styles. One of the greatest benefits and missions of our organization is bringing this dynamic and interesting group of individuals together into one community. Many Write On The River Members have websites and blogs about themselves and/or their writing. Below are descriptions of and links to the websites and blogs of Write On The River Members. Click a link, read a blog, make a connection. Find out more about your like-minded neighbors in our organization. Are you a Member who would like a link to your site added below? Email email@example.com. To become a Member, click here.
Dan Gemeinhart has been a Write on the River Member since December of 2010. He lives in Cashmere, WA and predominantly writes literature for children and young adults. He blogs about writing, life, and where the two meet. You can visit his blog at: http://www.dangemeinhart.com/Writer/BLOG/BLOG.html
Kay Kenyon was a founding member of WOTR in 2006. She is a fantasy and science fiction author, with over ten published novels and numerous short stories. Her blog at “Writing the World” focuses on the craft of fiction and navigating the world of publishing. She lives in Wenatchee, WA with her husband, Tom Overcast. You can visit her blog at http://www.kaykenyon.com/
Haley Whitehall has been a member of Write on the River since January 2011. She lives in Wenatchee, WA and writes historical fiction for teens and adults. She blogs about writing and history and a combination of the two. You can visit her blog at: http://haleywhitehall.com/
Tina Wood has been a member of Write on the River since January 2011. She currently lives in Okanogan, WA. She is a blogger who focuses on one-year “encapsulated” blogs with specific themes. This year, she’s blogging about various self-improvement projects, as well as the joys of dating in a rural county. You can visit her blog at http://katsonfire.blogspot.com
Molly Steere has attended Write On The River events since 2008 and joined the Board in the summer of 2011. She lives in Wenatchee, WA with her husband and 2-year-old son. Molly writes humorous posts (snarky Twinkies with a thoughtful filling) about the various ways she humiliates herself while trying to find her way in the world. You can read her blog at www.mollyflewthecoop.com.
Gavin and Nathan Seim are two brothers from central Washington who write short stories and fantasy fiction. They work side by side writing and refining the stories as one and have been involved in WOTR since 2010. Along with their personal blog, they also manage a website for writers called Writers Couch. A place for writing tips and ideas. You can read their blogs at http://brothersseim.com and http://writerscouch.com.
Mary Resk has attended most Write On The River events since 2003. She has been a member since membership became an option and is also a WOTR board member. She teaches, writes, performs, volunteers, plays and lives in Wenatchee, WA with her adorably neurotic husband and neurotically adorable cats. She specializes in creative non-fiction. Find her projects and blog links at: http://www.mkresk.wordpress.com
Donelle Knudsen joined Write On The River in November of 2011. She is a published author and lives in Richland, WA with her husband. She primarily writes memoir, short stories, and poetry, and is active in various writers’ groups and organizations. Her blogs touch upon life’s experiences as well as topics close to her heart: family, the writing life, nature, and how they all knit together. Visit her blogs at: http://dknudsen-writersblog.blogspot.com and http://www.authorsden.com/donelleknudsen
L. N. Jennings writes fiction for teens and adults, ranging from fantasy to science fiction. She lives in Tri-Cities, Washington with her husband and three kids and has been a member of Write On The River since March 2011. On her blog, she writes about her addiction to writing and the ups and downs to navigating the world of self-publishing. You can visit her blog on her new novel’s website at www.sevensplinters.com.