January 19, 2019 Meeting

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January Presenter

Katy Huth Jones

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 Meeting Place

Georgetown Public Library
Second Floor, Room 211
402 West 8th
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Directions to CenTex Meetings

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Monthly Meetings — 3rd Saturday — 9:30-11:30 a.m.

Fellowship at 9:30 a.m. Program begins at 10:00 a.m.

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For more information:

Joyce Hammack JoyceHammack@gmail.com

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Do you have question about writing, the industry, or publishing?


Do you seek fellowship with other faith-based writers?


Make connections and find resources at CenTex-ACFW.

CenTex Organization History

On Saturday, April 14th 2007, Dorothy Featherling and Linda (Lin) Farmer Harris welcomed area writers to the first meeting of CenTex-ACFW. Beginning with that meeting, CenTex has been blessed with capable, creative, and innovative leadership.

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January Topic

Great Expectations

Visit her blogspot — http://katyhuthjones.blogspot.com

Great ExpectationsIf you find your great expectations in writing and publishing unfulfilled, perhaps there is a deeper lesson to be learned. Katy Huth Jones will share how her expectations changed in her thirty year writing journey and will encourage you to think out of the box as you seek opportunities to be published.

Katy Huth Jones grew up in a family where creative juices overflowed and made puddles to splash in. She has been a published author since 1992, and her writing journey has taken her in many unexpected directions.


In addition to writing Christian fantasy, historical fiction, nonfiction, kid-lit, and poetry, Katy plays multiple musical instruments and loves photography.


Though she appears to be an unassuming grandmother, she has been a band director, a Boy Scout leader, a Little League coach, played piccolo in a symphony, fife in a Revolutionary War fife & drum corps, and re-enacted Martha Washington with her husband as George in costumes she made from period patterns.


Thanks to God’s grace, she has survived cancer twice.

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