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Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 6

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 6”

Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 5

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 5”

Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 4

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 4”

Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 3

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 3”

Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 2

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 2”

Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 1

Michelle Andrea Williams uses The S.C.A.R.s. Method®, a journaling technique developed to help people discover sufficient healing, to take you step by step through this course. The writing exercises help you discover the main idea, separate from your emotions, clarify your motivation, assess where… Continue Reading “Writing a Memoir: What Parts to Publish – Lesson 1”

Solitarian Community: A Writer’s Story

Writers are solitary by nature – a blanket observation of myself and those I have met. We suffer alone, write alone, and need to be solitary for our own comfort. Yet…

What I Write Daily – A Writer’s Story

I get paid to write. That is the writer’s dream, isn’t it? To get paid to do what you love to do! Yes, I write five days a week for a healthcare analytics company out of Boston, MA. I love what I do, love… Continue Reading “What I Write Daily – A Writer’s Story”

New Workbook – Out Now!

Wound-Proofing Our Writing Practice, a workbook allowing writers of all genres the tools to attain sufficient healing prior to publishing memoirs or fictional stories of traumatic events.

What Does Sufficient Healing Mean? A Writer’s Story

What does it look like to be sufficiently healed? That is the question I asked while writing the two workbooks (soon to be launched into the universe). What does sufficient mean? Sufficient – according to Miriam-Webster, the definition is “enough to meet the needs of… Continue Reading “What Does Sufficient Healing Mean? A Writer’s Story”

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