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What You’re Saying About Writing Alchemy…And You Still Have 6 Days to Get Our Gift to You

by Kendra BonnettNovember 21, 2012
What You’re Saying About Writing Alchemy…And You Still Have 6 Days to Get Our Gift to You

Only a few days left to get The [Essential] Women’s Memoir Writing Workshop videos free when you buy a copy of Writing Alchemy. It’s the perfect gift for a writing friend, too, and you both get access to the 21 lessons from planning to publication of your memoir.

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Part 3: When Writing, Do You Ever Feel As Though You’re Spinning Plates? One Word, Deconstruction

by Kendra BonnettAugust 15, 2012
Part 3: When Writing, Do You Ever Feel As Though You’re Spinning Plates? One Word, Deconstruction

If you can remember the plate spinner on the old Ed Sullivan show, think of that as a metaphor for your writing…WITHOUT Writing Alchemy

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Part 2: Are You Going for the Gold in Your Writing? Strive for Your Personal Best

by Kendra BonnettAugust 12, 2012
Part 2: Are You Going for the Gold in Your Writing? Strive for Your Personal Best

With the Olympics as our model, Kendra talks about the formula for achieving our personal best and becoming the best writers we can be. Writing Alchemy builds on your passion to provide technique, coaching and practice.

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Writing and Healing: The Joys of Collaboration

by Pamela JaneJuly 8, 2012
Writing and Healing:  The Joys of Collaboration

Women’s Memoirs is pleased to share Pamela Jane Bell’s take on writing and collaboration.

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Writing Alchemy: 5 Prompts for Digging Deep for Your Own Truth

by Kendra BonnettJune 20, 2012

Do you know the writing lessons of Brenda Ueland? She believes the secret to our best writing lies within each of us.

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Writing Alchemy: Deconstruction Helps You Pluck, Prune and Cut the Word Weeds with Impunity

by Kendra BonnettJune 18, 2012
Writing Alchemy: Deconstruction Helps You Pluck, Prune and Cut the Word Weeds with Impunity

See if you agree: Editing is more challenging, more painful, than writing ever could be. But if you edit before you write, you might find the effort easier. The solution? Edit your pre-writing.

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Writing and Healing: A Writer’s Inner Cosmos or No One Knows What You Have in You to Do – Not Even You

by Pamela JaneJune 3, 2012
Writing and Healing: A Writer’s Inner Cosmos or No One Knows What You Have in You to Do – Not Even You

Women’s Memoirs welcomes back Pamela Jane Bell for another of her helpful blog articles. We’re especially pleased to congratulate her on her first book for adults, Purr and Petulance or Pride and Prejudice and Kitties, which will be published in 2013.

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