Writing Life

Looking Ahead: Stories from the Heart

Looking Ahead: Stories from the Heart

I’m getting ready to head off to Austin, Texas for Story Circle Network’s Stories from the Heart conference where the weather forecast is for the mid-high twenties Celsius (that’s high seventies-low eighties for my American readers). Needless to say I’m breaking out my Capri pants and making plans for a pedi! This will be the third […]

Introductions

Introductions

This morning I came across some exiting news from Terri Tiffany. Terri was one of the first people I got to know when I entered the blogosphere six years ago and she was, and still is, one of the most encouraging and inspiring women I have ever encountered. I couldn’t click the link fast enough […]

Where’s Linda? Really.

Apologies for a bit of a mix up with this morning’s post. I’m actually a guest over at Sherrey Meyer’s Healing by Writing  blog today. In honour of the guest post, I’m giving away a copy of Two Hearts. To be entered in the drawing just leave a comment on the post on Sherrey’s blog. Winner will […]

Where’s Linda?

Today, I’m honored to be a guest on at Sherrey Meyer’s Found Between the Covers book review site talking about adoption, life writing, self publishing, and more. Sherrey is a compassionate and talented writer and book reviewer who writes about her own life writing journey, her faith, and the healing she gleans from the writing process at Healing by Writing […]

A Challenge

By the time my memoir Two Hearts launched last year I was exhausted. I had spent the previous four years writing, revising, remembering, and compiling my story into something that, according to many readers, reads like a novel. The elation I felt the first time I held a proof copy of the book in my […]

Elevator Story

Elevator Story

“I’m reading your book.” I was in the elevator with someone at work the other day when she revealed that she had picked up a copy of Two Hearts. It’s been nine months since my memoir was released and I still get a thrill when someone tells me they’re reading it. “You’re such a good writer,” […]