In high school, I earned an A in Mr. Finn’s typing despite the fact that at the end of the year I was still using the hunt and peck method. My mother, who had worked as a secretary until my younger sister’s birth, typed all my papers starting in fourth grade through high school. When I…Continue
A schoolgirl who suffered devastating brain injuries at Great Ormond Street Hospital is to receive a multi-million pound personal injury claim.
Maisha Najeeb was ten years old when she went to the hospital in June 2010. Although she suffered from a medical condition that caused veins and arteries to become tangled and bleed, she was a healthy young girl at the time.
She had previously been treated with embolisation, which…Continue
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Tuesday night, I had the privilege of attending Sin and Syntax author Constance Hale’s class The Book Biz from A to…Continue
New guidelines should improve the health and safety of children in the classroom and potentially reduce the number of child abuse claims involving students and teachers.
'Teacher Misconduct: The Prohibition of Teachers' was published on January 17th by the Department for Education on behalf of the National College for…Continue
Added by Robert Anderson on January 20, 2014 at 5:37am — No Comments
Some personal injury claims involve pregnant women who have come into contact with animals, such as sheep or other livestock, that are giving birth or have just given birth. These animals can carry infections, which can put the health and safety of pregnant women and their unborn children at risk.
Accordingly, a number of organisations, including the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA), Public Health England, the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) and the…Continue
Added by Robert Anderson on January 9, 2014 at 1:49am — No Comments
My grandmother’s Armenian Bible is falling apart—its cardboard covers are worn, the spine is broken, the first 48 pages are missing, and until recently it was held together by a thick rubber band. When the rubber band cracked and crumbled, I tied a bright satin ribbon around it to hold it…Continue
Added by Nancy Kricorian on January 4, 2014 at 12:29pm — No Comments
January 29th 6pm PST
Free Webinar: Pay Off Holiday Debt
Shay Olivarria is a financial education speaker and the author of Amazon best seller Money Matters: The Get It Done in 1 Minute Workbook. She's worked…Continue
Added by Shay Olivarria on January 2, 2014 at 4:03pm — No Comments
What a tremendous way to start a new year: by writing! The ZenPen e-course begins on January 6, 2014!
Are you ready to write your way into a new year of what YOU are wanting for YOURSELF? Enrollment is open now.
Get on the ZenPen Om Train and feel the transformation!
Watch this video below and visit my website for more…Continue
Added by Courtney Putnam on December 8, 2013 at 2:10pm — No Comments
Hello SheWrites Community,
Some of you came to my last event, the Wild Mountain Memoir Retreat and I wanted to let you know about my next one. Early Bird pricing ends tonight at Midnight. Here's the scoop:
Black Mesa Writers' Intensive is a one-day exploration into the craft and possibilities of personal narrative at Bishop's Lodge in Santa Fe, NM on Dec. 6th. Faculty: Julia…Continue
Added by Theo Pauline Nestor on October 1, 2013 at 12:29pm — No Comments
Thinking of you,I waited and waited into the stillness of the night,
Until dawn came and covered me with a mantle of golden light
It washed away all my wishes,hopes and prayers of last night
Along with a hundred things I wanted to confide.
I walked.I walked for miles.
Although I tried but in vain, your thoughts gently swept in.
All those moments, all those memories-
Flashed across my mind.…Continue
Added by Sangeetha Menon on September 28, 2013 at 2:56am — No Comments
I am excited to be offering my second session of ZenPen: Body-Based Writing for Healing, Personal Growth, and Transformation -- the six-week online course!
The summer session was illuminating in so many ways, and I look forward to the Fall session. Autumn is a great season for getting cozy with our journals and digging deep. Sip some cider or tea, listen to your throat and gut and heart and soul and even your spleen and write without judgment and self-criticism.…Continue
Added by Courtney Putnam on September 9, 2013 at 7:00pm — No Comments
Please welcome my special guest Tanya Masse, also known as Comic Strip Mama. Tanya is the author of the Amazon bestseller, Stairway to AWESOMENESS! – 30 Fundamental Steps to Living a Life of Awesomeness!Continue
Added by Mayra Calvani on August 19, 2013 at 12:23am — No Comments
Having your book published is a little like putting a message in a bottle then tossing it into the ocean.
Heal Your Self with Writing launches this week, so here goes!!! Have been doing several radio interviews organized by the publicist. The only problem is…Continue
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The Foundation for Medicare
Not to be confused or considered one of the same as the Medicaid program, Medicare is the United States government mandated nationwide program that mainly exists to provide medical coverage to American citizens over the age of 65. Since the program launched in 1965, it has since been revised to extend coverage to few more of the nation's residents that meet the necessary requirements. The additional qualified groups include…Continue
Added by Jennifer Caughey on July 11, 2013 at 2:30pm — No Comments
There are specific upgrades that make your home more attractive, speeding up the sales process. To gain useful market information, prospective sellers should visit other homes for sale in the neighborhood to understand what the competition looks like. Sellers must keep in mind that selling a home is competitive and that their house must measure up quality-wise in that neighborhood.
Curb appeal is the first impression
Given that the first impression a potential…Continue
Added by Zoey Maldonado on June 17, 2013 at 8:55am — No Comments
Inspired by Dane Golden's guest post on YouTube videos, I have begun a new series of YouTube videos, the second of which answers the question "Should all authors (published or not) blog?" Check out the video below for my answer. Also, one announcement: Litquake, San Francisco's literary conference, is introducing Digi.lit, a one-day digital publishing conference that will take…Continue
An essay that ran in Salon Tuesday titled “I’m a self-publishing failure” recounts how one writer, John Winters, spent countless hours and dollars promoting his book online only to sell a handful of copies. Where did John go wrong? How can you avoid becoming a self-publishing failure?
1. First of all, start early.
You know those type of people that say they're going to do something, multiple times, like, "Oh yeah I'm going to start exercising tomorrow" or "I'm totally planning to get into sewing" but then that day never actually comes? I'm one of those people. I start hobbies - lots of them - and I never seem to follow through with any of them. It is my greatest flaw, to be a jack of all trades but none of which I am a master of.
Why is technically why I'm here at SheWrites. I desire to be a…Continue
Added by Luann Algoso on March 31, 2013 at 1:58pm — No Comments
The past few months have been rough. From not loving my Conflict Resolution graduate program to not knowing what I want to actually do as a career, I have been experiencing a roller coaster of emotions that I can't seem to get off of. Or rather don't know how to get off of.
It started during the first term of the program when I realized my disinterest in the course readings and materials. The disinterest then turned to being unhappy with the program itself, the structure…Continue
Added by Luann Algoso on February 17, 2013 at 7:47pm — No Comments