I’m learning how to advocate for my own health and how doing so can help fight stigma from society about a disease.
Find support for a chronic, painful condition and feel less alone.
I found a few common themes in the opening lines of memoirs.
Ask a writer why they write and you’ll get a thousand answers and essays. Here’s mine and a few more.
Louise has a brain injury at 22 just as she was beginning her glossy life in LA.
As a Midwesterner, I’m so excited about the #midwessay project on Essay Daily. I’m honored that my Wisconsin essay has been included.
A review of Suleika Jaouad’s Between Two Kingdoms: A Memoir of a Life Interrupted. A cancer memoir about cancer, but also a journey.
Avoiding an oft-asked question about writing and figuring out the real answer about what counts as writing to you.
I finally found the holiday spirit just in time for Christmas with a new houseplant.
I recently had a chance to review What’s the Story? Building Blocks for Fiction Writing by Melissa Donovan. I know it sounds like hyperbole to say that this book has everything you need to know about writing, but it really covers a lot. how-toreference bookswriting