Tag Archives: Memoirs

Writers: Find Creativity or Let It Find You

Sometimes it’s better not to talk to a relative or close friend about your goal to pursue creativity. They’ll talk you out of it or they’ll say creativity can wait until you’re retired. They’ll talk about how it’s impractical to … Continue reading

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Gifted Writer Draws Inspiration From Intriguing Background

Alicia Hilton doesn’t have a problem finding things to write about. With an intriguing and accomplished background as an FBI Special Agent, an attorney and law professor, and a fine art consultant, ideas that she can formulate into expressive writing … Continue reading

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Beware: Follow Protocol in Writer’s Support Groups

You can make a session of your writer’s support group productive by keeping some simple rules in mind. First, your critique group should be limited to one genre, such as poetry, memoir, novel, play or short story. There should be … Continue reading

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