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  • Started by Kate S.
    Many published writers have fabulous (or classy or sassy or modest) photographs of themselves on their books, websites, etc. How does one go about deciding on photos? Having them taken? Details would be great!
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  • Hi all, I've been writing poetry/prose/screenplays my whole life but they were always just for my eyes only (or to a select few friends). Once I finished university an...
  • Just posted a review on my blog, www.widowsphere.blogspot.com of On the Doorposts of All Our Houses (And What Went on Inside) by Donna Siegel. With charm and wit, she...
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    Maureen Ruhl is a wife, mother, grandmother, sister and best friend. She loves painting, gardening, photography, attending meetings with The Chapman Wordweavers Socie...
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    My name is Lucia Helen Viti. I am a local San Diego journalist and published author. I live, work and breathe to write. If I didn't write, my head would explode. My Co...

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  • Deborah, a heart wrencher of a topic—I love how Nancy Rappaport (below) put it: It is “an evoloving journey of protection, privacy and our need to write about what we...
  • So true!   I actually do photography on the side (it is my other passion) and was just thinking about extending a special invite to SheWriters in my area in need of a headshot. :)
  • I did not start liking photography until fairly recently, not that recent. My son was seven/eight years old, he's sixteen now, and I accompanied him to his school trip...