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VWP Member, Ray Collins, Featured in Golden Gazette

Virginia Writers Project member, Ray Collins, is featured in the April edition of The Golden Gazette, a free monthly community newsletter that covers a variety of topics and community news concerning older adults and caregivers in Fairfax County. Approximately 23,000 people subscribe to the print and email versions of the Golden Gazette. Printed copies are available in all Fairfax County Public Libraries, Senior Centers, and various other locations.

The Golden Gazette article: Ray Collins: 20 Years of Hard Work and Determination Led to Writing Success | Family Services (by Gwen Jones, Fairfax County Department of Family Services) describes Ray's recent novel publications in 2023, The General’s Briefcase and Motive for Murder, as "perseverance that paid off." His third novel, Setup, will come out in 2024. Congratulations to Ray! Fellow writers, be inspired!

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