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  • Thanks for writing this, Debbie. My mom and I resorted to writing letters, not e-mails..handwritten letters...to each other after I moved to the States. Today I wrote her a dedication on my blog...it's a two-part essay that sums up my life experiences with her: http://www.mansibhatia.com/2010/05/ma
  • Being brand new to this site, I am trying to brush up on all that I have missed! This article is great. I have to admit that I may be one of the few writers that has n...
  • This is my facebook post today: So honored to find the dedication I wrote yesterday to MLK on a She Writes page dedicated to him. Can you see my smile? I love She Writes and all the awesome women writers from around the world! It's an amazing community that I'm so lucky to be a part of!
  • Great post, Emily! I've struggle with this quesiton myself on a regular basis. I have a bout of impostor syndrome every time I tell someone I'm a writer.   But for me,...
  • Congratulations, Gayle. I can't imagine how it feels to pour yourself into a book only to have it release and go nowhere (as I am still in the second stage of that pro...
  • Thanks for the great tips Meghan.  I recently created my first blog as a place for people to share their experiences and help each other gravitate toward success.  I t...
  • Hi Maria!  I enjoyed your post!  Writing definitely requires a ton of discipline!  In fact, so does pretty much everything in life that's important to us.  I think the...
  • Good on ya, mate, as a writer of memoir and having recently written my own first Dedication and Acknowledgments, I am still waking up in the middle of the night with electrical-surge-like-horror.  Poor Cait.
  • I am so glad you did write it. Such courage and dedication it took.
  • Thank you. You know I do not know why 1777 popped in there. I need the earlier time period to set the POV of the whole series. The books are very female character driv...