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Jim Ciletti and the Writer’s Journal

I had a wonderful two days at Author Fest of the Rockies. I learned so much and was able to make some great connections. I’ll be posting on the seminars over the next few weeks so bear with me. Day … Continue reading

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Meta-narrative and Talking Things Out

I ended up turning in a series of fragments for my memoir piece. I numbered them to keep things separate but couldn’t really find the thread that connected it all. Each time I sat down to write, I would come … Continue reading

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Struggling

So I need a minimum of eight pages for my creative nonfiction independent study tomorrow. I’ve been writing, almost everyday for the last five days. I start on an idea but don’t seem to have enough to sustain it. I … Continue reading

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Writing Begins With the Breath

I’m trying to get through Writing Begins With the Breath by Laraine Herring before school starts. I know I was supposed to read Spunk & Bite but I was kind of bored by it. I’ll go back to it soon, … Continue reading

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Your Writing Process

I have the good fortune of taking a class called “Writing as if your life depended on it” at university this semester. My teacher made a startling point the other day, she asked “what are you willing to consider your … Continue reading

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Journaling: Day 10 (Mandala)

Creating Mandalas I am a couple of days late, but I did my exercises for week two. The first was to draw a mandala, however I wanted. Then I had to write a story about it. I have to admit, … Continue reading

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