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Laura Connell Apr 16
writers and readers: What structure do you prefer? 1. Chronological 2. Start with turning point, then flash back 3. Other?
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Jon Winokur 14h
A good is also a work of history, catching a distinctive moment in the life of both a person and a society. WILLIAM ZINSSER
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Louisa Deasey 3h
Good writing is grounded in observation and self-awareness. Keeping a daily journal helps you hone those skills. Need a little help? I have a 30-day journalling course here:
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STAND magazine Apr 16
What a Body Remembers: An Interview with Karen Stefano: via
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Tommy Ray 3h
Discover the creative products of Tommy Ray. I invite you to buy/purchase/share. Located on all popular digital platforms.
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Lynda Filler, Author 3h
"Powerful and unforgettable" "This story is one of intuition and spirit. I was so inspired I found myself furiously highlighting and rereading." Bookofthemonth IARTG AllAuthor
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Ismail Lagardien 5h
I have to finish review of Carsten’s book. So well written. Simple and effective prose. Read it for insights we tend to ignore and neglect. proud to say that I was there, and thank you for the amazing reminders of how we made it through madness
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Musicto 1h
Sad songs to make you feel better Music to Grieve To
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Clairitage Press 3h
Ever thought about helping a parent write their life story? Here's the story of a daughter who did it -- their book together just came out! Encouragement for the journey!
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Olivia M. Charles💦 16h
Paper in the Wind: Inspirational and compelling
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Beth Haslam 11h
Fancy getting stuck into a book series this Easter? Then why not join me and my Fat Dogs in France. You wouldn't believe the stuff that happened to us during our house-hunting adventures!
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Nicholas Petrone 15h
Get some God here. No dogma, no holds barred, no bullshit - just gifted writers sharing genuine stories, poems and ideas about the almighty (or lack thereof).
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Sandy McIntosh Apr 19
"I'd been noodling around on the keys, hoping for a poem to take shape … Why not write a story about Bolotowsky's movie, including everything that had happened in front of and also behind the cameras?" It was a movie that Norman Mailer had directed, impromptu.
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jo vannicola 4h
All We Knew But Couldn’t Say. Memoir. Available for pre-order on amazon and in stores as of June 1st.
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Jules Hannaford @hongkongconfidential Apr 17
Was it her trusting nature? Her naïveté? Or was it simply her desperate desire to share her life with someone that made her take the risks that almost cost her life? 'Fool Me Twice' a by Jules Hannaford. Available on Amazon
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Eugenia Pantahos Apr 19
Any Given Thursday is a heartfelt book that takes readers on a journey of a beautiful friendship, two lives intertwined, caring and showing up! Available at
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Trauma Recovery Chat IAOTRC Apr 18
So who here dreams of writing their memoir? Or better yet, who has started on it?
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Heidi Solway 🇨🇦 23h
Oh my! I will certainly be picking this one up. Young readers edition of Trevor Noah. Thanks for posting
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Worldsongs Media 8h
"Anyone who believes you can't change history has never tried to write his memoirs." - David Ben-Gurion
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IWOSC Apr 19
IWOSC panel for : "Books to Film" on Monday, April 29 at 7:30 in Culver City, CA. How to get your l/ / in front of agents? How to position it for a film or series? Details at
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