Circle Read Arounds

Read around helps you discover your personal style of writing, gets your pen moving, and banishes those demons of self-doubt.

Join us: Saturday, October 10, 2015

We'll meet from 9 to 11:30 a.m. in the reading room at St. Andrew's Episcopal Church in Ludwig's Corner (the corner of Routes 401 and 100). Church is located right behind the Ludwig's Inn and Oyster Bar).

Bring whatever your muse inspires.  All genres and experience levels welcome.

Metaphors are a powerful tool for writers and can lead to point of view. And point of view is a writer's noble task  . . .  For those who enjoy writing prompts, try penning a piece to this quote:

The rocks in the water don't know how the rocks in the sun feel. ~ Haitian Proverb

PLEASE RSVP Susan Weidener if you plan to attend this read around at

Cost: $12
Directions to the church are here.


  • Each writer gets 10 minutes.  She may use this time however she pleases; to read or to read and get feedback on her work.  The time may not exceed 10 minutes.
  • Please practice your reading before you come to the Circle.  It helps those listening to your work and provides for more valuable feedback.
The Circle is a supportive place where we share our love of writing and our work in a spirit of camaraderie and goodwill. The read-around is a lovely exercise of reading aloud what you wrote in an intimate setting while "test-driving" your voice and your work.  We also discuss writing techniques and publishing options. For more information, contact Susan Weidener at: