Plans to resume occasional in-person meetings for members living in Portland and the logistics of other members attending virtually were on the agenda at ASJA’s Pacific Northwest chapter’s June get-together.
The group also voted to break for the summer. Zoom meetings will resume in September on the third Wednesday of each month at 1pm.
In member news:
The audio version of The Art of Losing It: A Memoir of Grief and Addiction, written and narrated by British Columbia author Rosemary Keevil, is now available on Audible, iTunes and Amazon.
Michelle V. Rafter, in Portland, Oregon, who recently transitioned from business reporting to ghostwriting, has ghostwritten her first book-length work, a 28,000-word business book, delivered on time and within her proposed budget.
ASJA members attending the June 16 meeting: L.M. Archer, Maxine Cass, Fred Gebhart, Catherine Kolonko, Rosemary Keevil, M. Carolyn Miller, Bruce Miller, Joanna Nesbit, Michelle V Rafter, and Randy Stapilus.