Sitting With Discomfort: Exercises in White Responsibility in Writing–Pt 1: Exposure

This is an honest post. This is a personal post. But if you’re like me, it’s applicable to you. Getting Real for a Minute As you may or may not know, I’m an American living in the UK. As an American, I am very well aware of the racial and political issues that go on in my home country. What’s more, I’m a white American. … Continue reading Sitting With Discomfort: Exercises in White Responsibility in Writing–Pt 1: Exposure

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The Last Day: NatWriCoChallenge & Pay What Feels Right

NatWritCoChallenge Today is the last day of the Natural Writer Coaching Challenge, and I couldn’t be more thrilled. Those of you who have participated have done wonderful work, and I have loved seeing it so much. I wanted to say thank you to everyone who participated, and whose writing I got to know. Tomorrow afternoon I’ll enter in everyone who participated with the full 31 … Continue reading The Last Day: NatWriCoChallenge & Pay What Feels Right

Online Writing Courses and Seminars Starting in June

One thing that can be said about the lockdown, is that it has encouraged many retreats, writing conferences, workshops, classes and camps to go online. Here are two that you can access coming up. Muse 2020 Seminar Series Credit where credit is certainly due, my client Katrina Carruth let me know about The Muse & The Marketplace’s 2020 seminar. Initially scheduled for May, it was … Continue reading Online Writing Courses and Seminars Starting in June

NatWriCoChallenge: Week 4-ish

Welcome to the fourth and final-ish week of the Natural Writer Coaching Challenge! I’ve really enjoyed reading your posts this month. If you’re just getting into this challenge, it’s not too late to join. You can read all about the challenge here, and how to participate for your own enjoyment, or to win 2 FREE writing coaching sessions with me. Though, I will say, at … Continue reading NatWriCoChallenge: Week 4-ish