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  • Jennifer, the Dalai Lama is on Twitter? For reals? I love it. And Zoe, I hate the term "mommy blogging" too. I love your questions -- "Am I just drinking the cultural...
  • I am letting my freak flag fly today! Love, love, love this post. I had a strong case of the guffaw's when I identified completely with spilling things on self and bei...
  • Hilarious post!  I saw a tarantula recently at a book signing.  It was a giveaway.  Just kidding.     Actually, WAS at a signing this weekend for the YA book "Sirenz"...
  • Thanks for posting this Katie.  I could really relate to the section about all the blogging we're supposed to be doing, all the "friends" we're supposed to be collecti...
  • Thank you for this--I am struggling with the stronger power of good over bad right at this moment in my life, with writing, with parenting, with critiques. I did indee...
  • Creative nonfiction allows you to write real life but with a creative license. All of my writing reveals bits and pieces of my life, or of those close to me. Alma's so...
  • I was a professional writer (business and high tech) for 36 years, and in that job I would say, smugly, that I didn't believe in writers' block.  When you have materia...
  • Thank you, Vivienne! It's been a struggle to learn, but I am so happy that I have. It's been an eye-opener, but a good one. Over time, I've learned that being identifi...
  • I love a circular narrative and to confess hadn't fully identified novels or stories as such---I just knew the story felt whole and concluded. So, thanks for laying th...
  • Hi Karen. I was born in 1950, had a big family of six siblings, two parents and two grandparents. We were poor (like the Waltons....which I have always identified my...