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  • Hi Everyone  - I don't remember when I signed up with She Writes but I didn't start pa...lso new to a course like this.  What has drawn me to it is that I am in crisis mode right now.  I find it difficu...
  • The second blog post I choose to review is written by: Erika Klein and titled: 'Too Li...'d barely started. Of course I (being a writer) was immediately in postulation mode. "I wonder what letter one wo...
  • Books that will stick with me ... I am sure I'll forget all the important ones if I do this in freewriting mode, but here goes: 1. Bitten (K...

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  • Sarah Kennedy posted a status
    Allow me to introduce myself and tell you a little bit of my own story. Why do I write? I believe that moments of pain can be redeemed, that in the right hands they...
  • Tamara Warner posted a reply
    Hi Chantal! It's nice to meet you. In the last four to five years I just started to revisit my writing and decided to join a group. I just jumped in and found myself...
  • Shelley Workinger posted a status
    Peculiar children must ingest fascinating #FoodFic: https://bookfare.blogspot.com/2017/08/foodfic-miss-peregrines-home-for.html

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  • I’ve just read all the comments here with my hands shaking and my stomach churning the...held about my mother and my own origins since childhood. Hmm, yup, whiny brat mode achieved… but seriously, I th...
  • Karen, I am interested to hear why you think it is important to read a children's book every night, regardless of whether you have children.  I think it is a sweet idea and never heard anyone suggest it before. jill
  • This is great! Paper Children--An Immigrant's Legacy is my family story. I have a seminar entitled, "Why Your Family History Matters."

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