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S.C. Christian Fictions Writers to Meet Feb. 24

The South Carolina Chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers will meet Feb. 24 from 2-5 p.m. at North Anderson Baptist Church. Visitors are welcome.

The meeting consists of a free class the first half and critique of manuscripts the second half. Visitors must sit in one critique session before submitting and they must follow the guidelines for submission on the chapter blog at http://scwritersacfw. Note: In case of snow, chapter meetings are cancelled.

The speaker for the February free class is Elva Cobb Martin, vice president and co-founder of the South Carolina Chapter of American Christian Fiction Writers. Martin's two Christian novels, "Summer of Deception" and "In a Pirates Debt" were released in 2017 by Lighthouse Publishers of the Carolinas. Both novels have spent time on Amazon's 100 Best Sellers List for Women's Religious Fiction. Elva's articles have appeared in "Home Life," "Charisma," and "Decision" magazines. She will share writing craft information on point of view and offer author tips on obtaining a book trailer and releasing an audio book. 

To learn more about the national ACFW organization, check out To learn more about the South Carolina Chapter go to the chapter blog listed above. For more information about this meeting contact Fran Anderson, President, at


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