Why go to a writing meeting where you don’t write

Tuesday, February 20. Another full and informative meeting of the Eastside Writing Room. We zoom each Tuesday 11:30 AM MT time to share our writing intentions for that day. There’s something especially powerful about stating intentions in person, and to a group of people who are staring, quite intently, at you, and are interested in what you have to say.
90% of the time I do what I say I have to do. If I don’t it’s because writing has led me down some other path, equally as interesting.

The Eastside Writing Room

A free Zoom group, no fees, no writing critiquing, but lots of sharing of writing ideas, resources, and a place to declare your writing plan. For adult writers, published or not; any genre, no rants, no crosstalk, just good ole listening and support.


Ethel Lee-Miller blogs regularly about people, the power of words, and her writing life. She retired after 30 years of teaching, and semi-retired from coaching, and professional editing. Founder of the Eastside Writing Room based in Tucson AZ, she’s posted 100s of blogs, and is the author of Thinking of Miller Place, and Seedlings, Stories of Relationships. These days she writes to inspire, to connect with folks, teaching about the power of words, gather writers together, and for the pure enjoyment of it. Ethel enjoys speaking and storytelling at Odyssey Storytelling, Artists Standing Strong Together, Center for Spiritual Living Tucson, and anywhere there’s a mic or a Zoom room.