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How Accidental Lessons Change My Life by David W. Berner
By     |    Dec 2, 2014
Posted in: Books, David W. Berner, Guest Blog, Parenting, Writing     |    2 Comments

How Accidental Lessons Change My Life by David W. Berner

“How Accidental Lessons Change My Life” by David W. Berner I was scheduled to read from Any Road Will Take You There–my latest memoir–at a literary event recently, and Mike O’Mary of Dream of Things Publishing introduced me to the crowd. He had some very nice words to say about my work. But of all that he mentioned, one particular thing made the most impact on me. “David writes a […]

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Like Book Clubs? Tips for Starting Your Own!
By     |    Oct 28, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Nina Guilbeau, Writing     |    2 Comments

Like Book Clubs? Tips for Starting Your Own!

Welcome to Nina Guilbeau, a women’s fiction author on a WOW! Women On Writing blog tour for her new novel, God Doesn’t Love Us All the Same. She is going to discuss creating book clubs; and when she is finished, please read about her novel and enter to win! Creating Book Clubs Guest post by Nina Guilbeau I asked a friend, an avid reader who had moved to a new […]

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Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)
By     |    Sep 30, 2014
Posted in: Books, Guest Blog, Strong Girls and Women, Tara Meissner, Writing     |    7 Comments

Tara Meissner, Author of Stress Fracture: A Memoir Of Psychosis (Guest Post and Giveaway)

We welcome WOW! blog tour author Tara Meissner today in celebration of her memoir: Stress Fracture: A Memoir of Psychosis. She is guest posting on what makes someone a writer–but believe me, she is definitely a writer, whether she feels it or not! What a brave woman to write and share with the world the story of her own psychosis and bipolar disorder. The cover states, “[This book] offers a […]

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Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark
By     |    Sep 23, 2014
Posted in: Books, C. Hope Clark, Guest Blog, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    6 Comments

Strong Skirts Guest Post by C. Hope Clark

You probably know the famous newsletter that everyone says you should subscribe to if you’re a writer: “Funds for Writers.” Our Lit Lady, Busy Lady (AKA Brandi Schmidt/Elle Sharpe), found her publisher for The Kindling in this newsletter. Today, we have the founder/editor/writer of “Funds for Writers,” C. Hope Clark, who is also known for The Shy Writer and The Carolina Slade Mystery series, on our blog, talking about strong […]

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Feng Shui for Writers (Guest Post by C. Susan Nunn)
By     |    Sep 11, 2014
Posted in: C. Susan Nunn, Self Improvement, Spirit Lady, Writing     |    3 Comments

Feng Shui for Writers (Guest Post by C. Susan Nunn)

Before we can discuss some of the fundamentals of Feng Shui for Writers, we first need to understand Feng Shui. It is the art of placement. That’s it, but it doesn’t tell the whole story.  One could say Feng Shui is the art of placing things in your home or office so the energy will filter through unobstructed. Energy (chi) is the key here.  We need free flowing energy, not […]

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Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)
By     |    Jul 29, 2014
Posted in: Guest Blog, Lori Robinett, Publishing, Strong Girls and Women, Writing     |    8 Comments

Women and Bragging: Is It Okay to Highlight Your Accomplishments? (Guest Post by Lori Robinett)

Tooting our Own Horns by Lori Robinett (http://www.lorilrobinett.com) Who is Lori? Lori is a writing friend of Margo’s, Sandwich Lady. She is here today to share her wisdom with us. Official bio: Lori lives in Callaway County, Missouri, with her husband and assorted critters. She is a creative soul trapped in a paralegal’s body. As a child, she wrote pages and pages in longhand. As a teenager, she pounded away […]

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Using an Anthology about the 60s and 70s with Younger Generations
By     |    Dec 6, 2013
Posted in: Baby Boomer Lady, Books, Little Lady, Publishing, Writing     |    18 Comments

Using an Anthology about the 60s and 70s with Younger Generations

Here at the Lit Ladies blog, we range in age from a senior in high school to a baby boomer. We love the idea of the anthology Times They Were A-Changing, and we are honored to have a guest post from editor Kate Farrell about using this book with a younger generation, like our own Little Lady! Thank you to WOW! Women On Writing for sponsoring the blog tour! We […]

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