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  • I really enjoyed reading this blog post Pam. It is exactly this kind of intimate, personal writing that I like best. I also relate to a lot of your concerns about dari...
  • Thanks so much for helping me get my head back into my action plan for the year! I have some personal things I am working on and my writing is taking second place at t...
  •  Thanks for a thought-provoking post.  I felt a strong compass guiding me as I wrote "We Are Here: Memories of the Lithuanian Holocaust," in which I blend personal nar...
  • To the best of my memory, my journal started my first semester in college. Someone gave me a Lord of the Rings calendar (oops, just revealed my geek background). Anywa...
  • Kelly, thank you, I won't exactly elaborate; I've written about much of these over the past few months under the overall topic of CreateSpace vs. IngramSpark. In shor...
  • “Time and tide wait for no man, but time always stands still for a woman of thirty.”  What Frost meant, I think, is that at 30 a woman can stop time...she's beautiful,...
  • This has been a real source of frustration for me, Janay. I started my FB Writer page several years ago in anticipation of one day finishing my memoir. I built up a lo...
  • Good stuff– Practical wisdom. I'm printing this out for my personal "primer" binder of skills-tips, (I hope that's okay)  as I write my first non-technical, non-analyt...
  • Elizabeth, I commend you for trying a new writing style!  And travel writing is such fun.  There are several types of travel pieces, as you have undoubtably learned.  ...
  • I am in the process of putting together thirty or so of my personal essays (memoir) into a collection that will be more theme based than chronological. Would be interested in books (memoir or not) or other sources you found particularly helpful.