The RWA-ETC meeting will start at 11 a.m. at Spring Creek Barbecue, 5810 S. Broadway Ave. in Tyler.
Since 2000, Ms. Gambill has served as the instructor of creative writing at Kilgore College in Longview. Her first nonfiction book “God and The Little Blue Bear,” a true story about life's triumphs and tragedies, launched her writing career.
A second publication on living the single life, titled “Dating and Waiting,” opened the doors for television appearances and radio talk shows. Currently her works-in-progress include “For the Love of Single Parenting” and “Letters to My Daughters.”
In 1993, she served as a member of the Creative Writers Society of East Texas and co-editor of the Oil Patch Press, a book of anthologies, published by Kilgore College to raise money to promote scholarships for first-time writers.
Prior to entering the work field, she appeared on the 700 Club hosted by Pat Robertson. For more than 15 years, she directed “Project Angel Tree” sponsored by Chuck Colsen for children whose parents were in prison. She also has produced and hosted a television talk show, “Outlook,” interviewing people from all walks of life..
Currently she works as the personal assistant to Gregg County Commissioner Darryl Primo and teaches at Kilgore College.
With both daughters having graduated from college and married, she continues to share her love of writing, her laughter and her woman-to-woman advice. She is married to Robert Gambill and enjoys freelance writing and speaking at women's retreats and writing seminars. She is a member of East Texas Writers and North East Texas Writers associations.
Those interested in writing are invited to attend the RWA-ETC meeting. RWA-ETC will assess a $3 charge for non-members for up to three visits.
For information about the meeting or to learn more about the writing group, visit the RWA-ETC website at www.easttexasrwa.com, call 903-373-1438 or email email@example.com