Monthly Archives: October 2012

Member Reading: Judith Anne Moody’s FEBRUARY SUNSET

February Sunset Judith Anne Moody The wind is blowing this day away Feathered fingers of birch all a-flutter. Father spruce gestures, his voice just a mutter Explaining the ebb of the day. Blankets of pink cloud the sun can borrow … Continue reading

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Writing about Family

Finding the Unique in Your Family Story How do you write a lively and fascinating family memoir?  How do you draw and satisfy readers from in and outside the family?  What particular issues arise when writing family stories? Both the … Continue reading

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