My apologies to everyone for the late publishing of this blog article. It got stuck in draft mode until I just rescued it. The 33rd Annual Miami Book Fair was so much fun! I was very honored to share a booth, and the day, in Writer’s Row with Barbara Biggart, Florida KidCare Outreach Specialist of the […]
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“What’s Your Story?” That’s a loaded question for many people to answer when they decide to write a memoir, as there are things buried deep in our pasts that we may or may not want to resurrect. Compound that with questions like, where do I start? What part of my life do I want to […]
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Happy Mother’s Day! A Time to Share Writing With Children Mother’s Day in the United States is held annually on the second Sunday in May. Mother’s Day is a celebration honoring and appreciating mothers, motherhood, mother figures, including grandmothers, great-grandmothers, stepmothers, and foster mothers, and the influence of mothers in society, such as a teacher. […]
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