“From the distance of time, I can appreciate the challenges met, insights gained, and all the ways I’ve grown and changed–and give myself a high-five.” Rev. Diane Dowgiert
Write More & Complete Your Book #2: Break Routine
Some ways that breaking your writing routine can actually help you write more! Sandy Coomer, director of Rockvale Writer’s Colony, talks about writing retreats, and Deborah Wilbrink shares her poem that illustrates the problems you get when you don’t answer…
Writing Your Book: New Year’s Resolutions for Writers
Two important resolutions for writers of memoir and family history are: 1.) Write regularly, and 2.) Share what you write, among many others shared by professional ghostwriter Deborah Wilbrink. These suggestions can speed your ideas into entertaining and worthwhile publication.
Strong Values Make Marvelous Memoir, and Lives
Decades ago when I was a student studying to be an art teacher, one of my teachers told us that we should strive to be value neutral as teachers. I never spoke in class, but this statement disturbed me so much that I raised my hand and asked, “How can anyone be value neutral? Simply showing up in the classroom…