Writing a Coming-of-Age Memoir

Today’s guest post comes from author Terry Helwig. Terry is an award-winning author whose book, Shifting Shorelines: Messages from a Wiser Self, is a Gold Winner of the 2022 Nautilus Book Awards. A naturalist at heart, with a master’s degree in counseling psychology, Helwig writes about […]

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Is Writing For Children Easy?

Today’s guest post comes from author Sharon C. Williams. Her short stories have been published in the anthology, Cassandra’s Roadhouse, and the Dragons in the Attic anthology, which was written by her writing group, The Wonder Chicks. The second edition of her children’s chapter books, […]

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Real Life Is Distracting

It’s almost 8pm and I haven’t posted yet today. This is the first day so far in this Ultimate Blog Challenge, that I haven’t pre-scheduled or at least pre-started a post for a day. As I’ve mentioned previously, I generally don’t have screen time after […]

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4 Reasons I Write By Hand

Last week, my doctor entered the room where I was waiting on her, to find me with a legal pad perched on my knee, frantically scribbling down an idea before I lost it. “Are you creating in here?” she asked with a broad smile. “I […]

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