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Celebrate 1st Annual Digital Sisterhood Month in Dec. 2010









Hi She Writes Family!



Join me in celebrating the first annual Digital Sisterhood Month beginning on December 1. I created Digital Sisterhood Month to give women in social media an opportunity to celebrate their connections, conversations, communities, collaborative partnerships, and… Continue

Added by Ananda Leeke on November 29, 2010 at 2:30pm — 1 Comment

2010

DOBAR DAN

Dlanom joj je pokrivao čelo.

Svakog dana su šetali,

Samo se ramenima dodirivali.

Sila gravitacije je slaba

Njihovi polovi bili su jači.



U krevetu, velikom baš,

Njena noga je uvijek išla ulijevo.

I jedva dodirivala njegove zglobove.

Čak i mekani trepet dlaka

Bio je dovoljan da osjeti.



Za stolom uredno postavljenim,

Sa escajgom, bijelim stoljnjakom,

Ručali su ćuteći.

Smišljali kada je najbolje da posegnu… Continue

Added by Jelena Nelevic Martinovic on November 29, 2010 at 1:07pm — No Comments

Birth Mothers, Adoption, and Art: An Interview with Ann & Amanda Angel

Birth mothers are often the forgotten or ignored part of the adoption triad. Silent Embrace: Perspectives on Birth and Adoption is a collection of…

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Added by Jessica Powers on November 29, 2010 at 11:29am — No Comments

thank you Meg Waite Clayton for welcoming me to the novelist - struggling or not group

Thanks for the welcome I received in my email. This is a perfect catorgy for me. Right now I'm struggling but I'm commited to changing that. I'm adding The Wednesday Sisters to my list to purchase. I'm currently working on self publishing my novel. Your website that lists your accomplishments is an inspiration for me to continue writting.

Your Friend,
Colleen Green

Added by Colleen Green on November 29, 2010 at 10:00am — No Comments

When Allies Don't Get It

I had an interesting conversation the other night. My partner, it seems, feels a bit inadequate in that I often seem to be more feminine than her. In this instance, she was referring to my refined choice in underwear, shall we say. Ordinarily, her attitude towards anything this outwardly feminine would be a towering shrug of the shoulders, but somehow when her partner is unintentionally upstaging her, gender guilt surfaces. I may not have much money, but I do make sure that what I wear reflects… Continue

Added by Kevin Camp on November 29, 2010 at 7:04am — No Comments

Q&A with The Lit Coach

Just posted a new installment of Q&A with The Lit Coach on The Lit Coach's Guide. This session's topics incude: the importance of following proper format guidelines for fiction and nonfiction submissions; how to balance your work/family/creative life; and whether or not you should disclose your work has been professionally edited.



Erin Reel is a publishing consultant and writer's life… Continue

Added by Erin Reel on November 29, 2010 at 6:27am — No Comments

Homeotherapy

I love spas. I love facials and massages and manicures and pedicures. I love the Zen feeling you get when you walk into a spa and are handed a cool glass of water with the floating lemon slices. The calming harp music always makes me more aware that I need less stress in my life and more essential oils.

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Added by Lanita Moss on November 29, 2010 at 6:14am — No Comments

Member News Week Ending November 27, 2010

Marianne Schnall's new book, Daring to Be Ourselves: Influential Women Share Insights on Courage, Happiness, and Finding Your Own Voice is now available.



Elena Schwolsky's essay Searching for Pina in Havana is included in the anthology Storied Dishes: What Our Family Recipes Tell… Continue

Added by Member News on November 29, 2010 at 6:02am — 1 Comment

NaNoWriMo Takeaway Edition: 8 Great Lessons from the Race against the Word

Andrea Collier, our unfailing and unflailing NaNoWriMo Correspondent, hits the mark with time to spare and shares her last few tips for getting it--meaning, writing, not merely NaNo--done. JOIN US IN CONGRATULATING HER!



DAY 29: It isn’t November 30 yet, but I am officially done. 51,000 NaNoWriMo words placed in a file that will become a novel.… Continue

Added by SheWriMo Shares All on November 29, 2010 at 5:53am — 3 Comments

Chandra Hoffman: Dawn Chorus

Chandra Hoffman blogs about being a mom who finds a way to make time for writing on Meg Waite Clayton's 1st Books.



This week's guest author, Chandra Hoffman, published Chosen - her debut novel - this summer. Best-selling author Ann Hood calls it "riveting ... enlightening, terrifying,… Continue

Added by 1st Books on November 29, 2010 at 5:30am — 11 Comments

Interview with Poet Ami Mattison

Today I'm featuring the first of a multi-part interview with poet and She Writes member Ami Mattison.

http://writingwithoutpaper.blogspot.com/2010/11/interview-with-poet-ami-mattison-part-1.html

Added by Maureen E. Doallas on November 29, 2010 at 4:49am — No Comments

The Expense of Snowy Weather (and some more photos)

As you can see from my header photo, sheep always look dirty in the snow. Their fleeces appear a dark creamy colour. At least it makes them easy to find. But it also means twice as much work for the Farmer when he has to ride round the fields with feed in the form of silage bales. This also means having to spend twice as much money on fuel We put red diesel in the agricultural machinery, i.e., tractors and combine, and of course white diesel in our cars.



Please continue to see more… Continue

Added by Kathryn Brown on November 29, 2010 at 3:29am — No Comments

I Write To Believe

I find myself in another social network trying to get the momentum of searching for the lessons I need to learn in getting my creative life back together. I think I introduce myself differently every time but I suppose it's also a good thing to keep practicing my introductions because it is like repeating to myself what I know about myself as of this point in time.



I've been in a creative dry spell/writer's block for the past 5 years. I have been in and out of creative projects. But… Continue

Added by Kathy Ponce on November 29, 2010 at 1:43am — 4 Comments

A Break in the Rain, A Break in the Fog





I wake up calm again this morning. As always, I am alone. I lie still when I hear the rains have turned into a light shower outside. I listen for a few minutes and then open my eyes. The new sunlight filters through my open-slitted blinds and becomes soft finger-strokes on my face.



I use my elbows and legs to half-sit up in my peacock-blue flanneled bed, huge pillows at my back and shoulders. I pull my soft sheets and striped… Continue

Added by Kelly Fitzpatrick on November 29, 2010 at 1:01am — 1 Comment

Just in time for Christmas!


The Civil War Brides Series, Books 1-3 available for a special price and FREE shipping.

Check out my website for details.

Added by Tracey Jane Jackson on November 28, 2010 at 8:41pm — No Comments

My Dad - The Ghost

The end of the year is always difficult for me emotionally. With Thanksgiving behind us and Christmas looming just a few weeks away, I find myself thinking of my late father and missing him deeply. Time has not changed that, but dad, always a loving and considerate man, did find a way to let me know he is never far away.



When my husband and I met thirty-six years ago, my father had already been dead six months. My mother kept no pictures around the house, and I had not even a wallet… Continue

Added by Donna M. Carbone on November 28, 2010 at 5:15pm — No Comments

Story structure – the secret of compelling storytelling

If I had to pin down the single most important secret of powerful storytelling, it would be structure. Here’s why

This week I hosted a forum on the Facebook group Writers Etc and kicked off with this discussion about story structure. Here it is, slightly expanded, buffed and clarified…



Good storytelling is about grabbing the reader, making them care, worrying them, disappointing them, cheering them up, giving them hope, making them… Continue

Added by Roz Morris on November 28, 2010 at 3:21pm — 1 Comment

The Golden A**hole Award for the Individual Making the Greatest Contribution to Civility in the Legal Profession

Priming Legal Negotiations is the winner of this week's Golden Asshole Award. /* An autographed copy of A is for Asshole, the Grownups' ABCs of Conflict Resolution will be winging its way to author Carrie Sperling, Executive Director of the Arizona Justice Project today! Excerpt… Continue

Added by Victoria Pynchon on November 28, 2010 at 2:00pm — No Comments

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