Today’s guest post at Wordsmith Studio: A Writing Workshop Primer: What, Where, Why? Part Two, about conference personalities, handling your budget, and the benefits of attending a writers’ conference. Hop over and read and join the conversation!
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I’m happy to welcome Rebecca Barray to The Writerly Life today! Becca and I became cyber-friends through a platform challenge last spring, and we’ve been cheering each other on ever since. Becca happens to be a fabulous photographer as well as a fine writer. … Continue reading
Founder of The Midlothian Writers’ Workshop, Mel Jones is an extraordinary writer, teacher, and retreat leader. She shares her wisdom and wit online at Mel’s Madness. I’m thrilled to have her here at The Writerly Life. Welcome, Mel! The Socratic Use of … Continue reading
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It’s been a busy week at The Writerly Life, kicking off with The Sunday Wordle: June 10, a wordplay exercise based on the wordles (word lists, if you want the plain version) at The Sunday Whirl. This week’s list whispered an … Continue reading
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