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Writing Your Life Challenge Prompt #4

There is within your life a central theme – life change. Make a list of the crucial events in your life. Start with your birth (did something extraordinary happen when you were born?) and then move on through your childhood, … Continue reading

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Writing Your Life Challenge Prompt #3

As with Favorites, Firsts lead you into deeper territory. The first anything is usually a memorable experience and quite often marks a change in our lives. Try to write at least a paragraph for each suggested topic. Remember, these paragraphs … Continue reading

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Make Money Teaching Writing Workshops

Welcome! I hope that you will find teaching and lecturing on lifewriting (memoir writing) as rewarding as I have! I think you will. It is so rewarding to be your own boss – whether you offer workshops to supplement your … Continue reading

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FREE workshop in Poetry Writing

It’s only free for a little while, so jump aboard the train now! Beginner’s Guide to Writing Poetry

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Where Do You Create? (Writer’s Retreats & Artist’s Studios)

I’ve found some interesting places that writers and artists create on my virtual travels. Join me for a look at some historical, mobile, funky weird, and well…more normal…artist studios. All photos link to their original authors. Famous Author Studios Roald … Continue reading

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31 Days of Memories

Okay, I am starting the 31 Day Writing Challenge today! I have chosen the writing category because I want to do more writing – specifically Memoir Writing. So, I have challenged myself to do something in this category every day … Continue reading

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Tales of the Brooklyn Hobo now available on Kindle

FREE OCTOBER 1-2! Tales of the Brooklyn Hobo is a haunting and engaging tale of the adventures of a Brooklyn man who sets out to explore the country and finds heartache, wonder, and a new sense of self in the … Continue reading

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Time Management Tools for the Busy Freelancer

I can hear my father telling me, “Time is money. Manage your time wisely; do it now!” In this fast paced culture, it is so easy to lose time, and therefore lose money. We need to set up a system … Continue reading

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The New Novel: Self Published Novels

With the advent of mobile readers like the Kindle and the Nook, there is now more than ever a plethora of reading material available…much of it from self published authors. I’ve read quite a few excellent novels (the best so … Continue reading

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(UPDATED) Freelance Writers: Links to Sites to Find Freelance Jobs

I’ve been browsing blogs today looking for new ways to find clients. I haven’t checked out all of these yet, but they all come recommended by high performing writers and freelancers. Problogger.com. Not an Elance or Guru type site. This site … Continue reading

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