Put your words out in the world
for women with stories to tell who are itchin’ to write
Do you remember making mixed tapes?
Remember how we’d pick a band or a theme or a mood and assemble bits of music from our collection of cassette tapes, albums, and maybe even the radio, to compose our singular masterpiece?
Well, writing your memoir can be just. like. that.
what I told my Friends after that motherf*cker left me
Five years ago, my husband walked out with zero warning. Here’s the short version—
He left, I cried, I … thrived!
Yup, it was the worst and the best thing that ever happened to me, and I told my Facebook Friends alllllll about it.
Now I’m gathering those posts into a book, so you can read all about it, too.
I’ve already recommended Crys’ book to a friend whose husband recently left her out of the blue. I can think of no better way to give her hope that there’s light at the end of the tunnel than Crys’ experience and the way she writes about it. ~Deborah G.
reading for writers
- Bring Your Best Words to LifeHere’s one small thing worth doing after you finish recording your podcast or writing a blog post (or an article or a chapter or even a meaty Facebook post)…
- the last minuteIf you’re ready and willing to write, give this third warm-up writing exercise from the RE«MIND workshop a try. The Why Why am I sharing this writing prompt at this moment? Because a family friend […]
letters from the far side of 40
- faithfullI was watering my store-bought tomato plants a few days ago when these common words hit me in an uncommon way: It’s hard to believe. It wasn’t that the tomato plants were so remarkable (though […]
- the middle bitThis is my shout-out to anyone who’s feeling lost and stranded in that in-between place, where nothing’s wrong, really, but it doesn’t feel right, either.
- the worry box
My gramma, who is quite Catholic, had some interesting things to say yesterday about what to do with our worries, and they were right on time, as it turns out…