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  • Started by Cori Howard
    Last reply by Kelly Coyle DiNorcia
    Welcome to the first session of Writing for Moms. Thank you all for your great personal introductions and for your bravery in writing and posting your first writing st...
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  • Started by Colleen Green
    Last reply by Colleen Green
    It has been years since my father passed away from cancer. Mourning him was difficult. What helped me through the grieving process was keeping a journal where I wrote...
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  • Wow, what a story your mother has! You should write her story for her ;0) I think a lot of our mothers were raised to keep things to themselves. I, however, was raised...


  • Nora Page posted a reply
    Hi Chantal. Thank you for your message. I’m sorry for the delay in getting back to you. I have not checked my account on here for a few months. For me, a spiritual pat...


  • @Vivienne - I think there is a book featuring a collection either bad book reviews or rejection letters that either the author received or that other writers have rece...
  • Barbara-- I wish we had "like" buttons on comments! Jana--Sounds like you have a lot to dig into and pull out and that writing may be therapeutic for you. All the best to you. I agree. Both are definitely worth talking about. 
  • Writing my first novel was absolutely therapeutic for me. I had not consciously planned it to be, but one character, in particular, ended up with nearly the same child...