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Every morning, after rising and making coffee, I sit on my couch with a 6" x 8" spiral notebook and a Pilot Razor Point Extra Fine pen. For at least a half hour, I record a diary of what I did the day before, dreams and nightmares, wounds and applause, plus tasks due that day. As of this writing, I'm up to page 10,380.
While that number may sound impressive, it doesn't travel far enough back. I wish the innocent little girl I once was would've grabbed pen and paper as soon as she learned to print. If I had started then, writing my memoir, "The Division Street Princess," might have required less tunneling. To fill in, I had to rely on microfiche pages of Chicago newspapers, tales told by relatives, memories that had been bolted to my brain, and my…Continue
Five panelists at the AWP conference in Seattle (February 26-March 1, 2014) posed this question and tried to answer it.
“How many readers will it take to feel I haven’t wasted my time?” asked moderator Valerie Vogrin, who’s at work on her second novel.
After considering the question from various angles and with various degrees of seriousness, she (perhaps tongue in cheek) came up with a figure: 150.
When I was younger, like in high school younger, I used to sing a lot. I wasn't all that bad, back in th’ day. Of course, when I sang with the school choir, I sang with my choir voice. When I sang alone in my bedroom using the hair brush as a microphone (oh come on, you did it too, admit it), I tried to sound like Barbara Streisand or whoever was on the radio at the time.
Back in high school a group of my friends formed a band. Someone played guitar, another friend played the drums, and like all high school bands, we thought they rocked the joint. To my delight, they invited me to sing with them for a performance (just once, now that I think about it). After our show a friend’s mom who had been in…
Baby Steps in Platform Shoes
Continued dialogue between Kim Chernin and Renate Stendhal
Kim: Let’s call this blog post “Stumbling onto a New Path.”…Continue
10 Things I loved about Panama
Psoriasis Free For Life Review - Katy Wilson Book Pdf
Katy Wilson the author of Psoriasis Free For Life encountered psoriasis for several years beginning with a remarkably early age. Due to this she’s undergone being affected by cruel kids pertaining to this mystical disease having about her making use of clothing to cover up the lesions and in addition low confidence due to suffering from this…
Title: To Live Forever: An Afterlife Journey of Meriwether Lewis
Author: Andra Watkins
Publisher: Word Hermit Press
Genre: Historical fiction/Paranormal/Suspense
I've posted for Thought for the Day a line from John Betjeman's poem 'Loneliness'.
Blessings on this Easter Sunday.
Going down down
they found me
and loving my
carried me below
I wrappd myself in
vinyl and lace and
I wound myself around
my night started to
so they could
the glaring black,
I lit their way
down and down
paler than pale
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My first book is currently in production with She Writes Press for publish date of April 2014. Meanwhile, while writing Book 1, I completely deleted a whole last section of the book, a continuation on how to use everything in the book on a daily…Continue
There are several serviceable biographies about child psychoanalyst Anna Freud, who lived from 1895 to 1982. But as a fictional memoir, Hysterical…Continue