DATE & TIME   |   November 19th, 2022 – Social at 12:00 PM, Business meeting at 12:30 pm, Speaker at 1:30 pm or later–after the business meeting concludes
LOCATION   |   Meeting will be Hybrid via Zoom and Community Room at the Woodbourne Library, 6060 Far Hills Avenue, Centerville, Ohio 45459. See below for further instructions.
TOPIC   | Rochelle Bradley: NaNoWriMo Write-In

NaNoWriMo Write-In

Time to Write!

Join Rochelle Bradley as she gets us going for this write-in.

Bring a desire, an idea, an outline, a nearly completed work or just your laptop and/or a pencil and paper.  Rochelle will provide energizing activities for your mid-month spurt of inspiration to get you through the month.

Never heard of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo) where you pledge to write 50,000 words in 30 days? You know of NaNoWriMo but you’re not going to participate in it this year? No problem. Come for the fun of being with writers.

In 2015, COFW member Rochelle became a Municipal Liaison Dayton Region for the National Novel Writing Month organization.

Click NaNoWriMo for all the info on this non-profit organization.

Gina Smith writes as Rochelle Bradley and coins her style as “romance with sass and shenanigans.” She’s won the Ellechor Publishing House contest and was a finalist in Chicago-North’s Fire & Ice contest.


Attending Our Hybrid Meeting

Write-in is free for members and prospective members who have not yet visited for two complimentary meetings. For those members who cannot join us in person, join us via Zoom. The password will be posted in the Central Ohio Fiction Writers Google Group, and on the members-only Central Ohio Fiction Writers Facebook page.

If you are not a COFW member and wish to attend this presentation via Zoom, email Please note, the link spans from the moment we open the room to the social half hour through the business meeting and this write-in.

Per library policy, “Prepared food and non-alcoholic beverages are allowed in meeting rooms.”


About Our Speaker

Introduced to National Novel Writing Month in 2008, Rochelle Bradley undertook the personal challenge of writing 50K words in thirty days. She has participated every November since. In 2015, she became a Municipal Liaison for the Dayton region, where continues to facilitate opportunities for area writers to come together and write.

Through NaNo she found community, learned of author events and craft classes, and found she had a penchant for HEAs.

Rochelle is a NaNoWriMo evangelist—she spreads the good news of NaNo and encourages others to join in the fun.

Learn more about her at her webpage.