Worried About Writing Your Memoir?

Tweet Many writers want to share their memoirs; maybe with just their children or grandchildren or maybe with the world. But what if someone they write about sues them? Should I be candid about my abusive father or my alcoholic mother? Will my sister take offense if I reveal her stay in rehab? In a […]

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Guest Author Interview – Sherri Rabinowitz

Today, I’m excited to share my interview with author Sherri Rabinowitz who has written her memoir, Entering My Second Half – the story of the first fifty years of her life.

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Watch Your Grammar!

You say “that” and I say “which.” You say “may” and I say “might.” You say “affect” and I say “effect.” Let’s call the whole thing off.

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Guest Author Interview with Regina Swint

Please join me in welcoming Regina Swint, a member of the U.S. Armed Forces, a publisher and the author of The Other Side of 30.

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How to Make Every Word Count!

One of the most challenging parts of writing a novel is choosing specific nouns and action verbs that convey exactly what you want to portray.

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