On Writing Memoir – Capture the Shimmering Moments

I could never write a memoir—my life isn't that interesting. Have you ever said that? That's exactly how I felt before I attended my first memoir workshop with Claire Robson, author of Love in Good Time (2003 memoir) and Writing…

Writing That Connects – Choose The Opposite of Vague

Writing That Connects This post is about writing. More than that, it's about connection. Actually, it's about connecting with readers through writing. To be explicit, this post is about how being vague in writing only hints at connection and doesn't…

Goodnight Sunshine – The Wife’s Perspective, Part 7

Today's the day! The last post in this series! And Mark's book is for real! The past couple of weeks have been a blur. We ordered bookmarks, chose a printer, placed the print order, delivered press releases, confirmed a reading at Gibsons…