November Speaker

Heather Snow

Heather Snow

Heather Snow is an award-winning historical romance author with a degree in Chemistry. She discovered she preferred creating chemistry on the page rather than in the lab.

When asked how her Chemistry degree helped her writing, she responds,  “Most chemical reactions require a catalyst to drive them, just like characters require motivation to drive the story forward. And finally, both chemistry and writing, if done well, involve a careful mixture of elements and careful manipulation to achieve that perfect reaction that makes you want to sigh with satisfaction….”  (

 Her Veiled Seduction Series contain three unconventional heroines with unfolding mysteries and unforgettable love stories. Her books are in six languages around the world and have won numerous awards, including The Golden Quill, The National Excellence in Romance Fiction Award, The Write Touch Reader’s Award and the Book Buyer’s Best Top Pick.

Heather will speak to the Guild about Setting up the Scene and Structure. She lives in Sparta with her husband and  two rambunctious boys.

About Springfield Writers' Guild

Springfield Writers' Guild was formed in 1943 to encourage new writers and hone the skills of the writing craft. The group meets every fourth Saturday of the month (except for December) at McAlister's Deli, 1711 W. Battlefield in Springfield, Missouri. Visitors are welcome.
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2 Responses to November Speaker

  1. Linda Harper says:

    What time does the Nov. 26 meeting begin?


    • Mentor/Critique Hour starts at 11:00 a.m. You are welcome to attend and participate. We have lunch on our own from noon to 1:00. The speaker begins at 1:00 p.m. followed by a short business meeting. Hope you can come!


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