Monthly Archives: February 2010

Sunday Style: Reign It In

At the beginning of the year, I set out some very specific writing goals for myself. I broke them into quarterly action items (oh, so corporate, I know) so that they would be more achievable. March 31 marks the end … Continue reading

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Memory Triggers

Just now, rather than flexing my writing muscle, I decided to catch up on some of my Google Reader items. I came across two great posts on Lisa Romeo’s blog about memory triggers. One of the posts is a list … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Cultural Authenticity

Thanks to the invitation of a friend, I recently attended a meeting of the Western Washington chapter of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. It was a great meeting, the topic of one presentation was Cultural Authenticity in … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Calling Around

Tonight it’s all I can do to plop myself in front of my keyboard and computer screen to type out a Sunday Style. There’s something to be said for commitments, though, and I consider this one of my writing commitments. … Continue reading

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Sunday Style: Beginnings and Endings

I didn’t manage to post a Sunday Style last week — I was wiped out from my four-week intensive memoir/personal essay workshop with Lisa Romeo. Our last week was about beginnings and endings. One of the key points for me … Continue reading

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