People from total strangers to close friends often say, “It must have been cathartic to write the book,” or “It must have been sad to write the book. Did you cry a lot?” The answer to both questions is no.
Anyone interested in writing a family memoir would be well advised to follow Cherington’s progress in writing the book, as she allows the reader to do.
I watched him beat the odds.
My fellow members of the Board of Friends of Anderson Park (in Montclair, New Jersey) and I decided to run a short story contest for Montclair’s middle schoolers. The story should be 2000 words or less, and had to somehow involve Anderson Park. There were doubters—”Oh the kids are just so busy these days, theyContinue reading “MIDDLE SCHOOL SHORT STORY CONTEST”
Writing with the idea that “nobody will ever read it” would have been crippling. After publication, after a lawsuit has been filed, it’s too late to retract.
A snapshot of the aftercare and recovery from organ prolapse surgery, and some advice and suggestions for others.
200,000 American women per year who have surgery for pelvic organ prolapse
I feel more than ever that one must just do good work, follow the bread crumbs, and enjoy the journey.
Writing groups are not only desirable; they are indispensable.