Writerly Wednesday with Pamela Havey Lau, Author of A FRIEND IN ME

Writerly Wednesday with Pamela Havey Lau, Author of A FRIEND IN ME

I read A Friend in Me: How to be a Safe Haven for Others by Pamela Havey Lau a couple of weeks ago on my way home from a research trip on the East Coast. It’s one of those books that’s so tightly written and filled with so many gripping stories, that I reached the last page in no time. I emailed Pam from Chicago to tell her how much I liked it.

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Writerly Wednesday

Writerly Wednesday

  A poem begins in delight and ends in wisdom. Robert Frost (1874 – 1963)                 Robert Frost and his wife, Elinor White        

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Writerly Wednesday: Amish Fiction Authors

Writerly Wednesday: Amish Fiction Authors

Kathy Fuller polled a group of Amish authors and came up with the following graphics to explain some of our preference in life and writing. I’m so happy to have been included! A big thank you to Kathy for the generosity of her time to compile all of our answers. I had a lot of fun reading and comparing. I hope you do to.

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Writerly Wednesday

Writerly Wednesday

“What are we here for but to make life a little easier for one another?”

George Eliot, 1819-1880

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Writerly Wednesday

Writerly Wednesday

Monday evening my hubby, Peter, and I heard Khaled Hosseini speak in downtown Portland. It was an incredible experience. Hosseini is as good a storyteller on the stage as on the page.

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Writerly Wednesday

Writerly Wednesday

Occasional advice on the writing life…

My post is a little ironic today because it’s late. Way late. I’d intended to get it up this morning. And it’s about being disciplined and timely.

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